An underground vault buried deep in a mountain on a barren Arctic island halfway between mainland Norway and the North Pole may seem like an unlikely
place to store samples of the world's plant life. But for scientists trying to shield the world's seeds from climate change, earthquakes, war and
other disasters, the "doomsday vault" on the island of Svalbard is an ideal location.
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