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Other larger animals such as fish, although able to swim against the current,
remain within it, feeding on the zooplankton which has fed on the phytoplankton.
Tiny plants, therefore, form the basis for all life in the pelagic zone. Diatoms ...
Appearing in huge numbers as they feed on phytoplankton and one another,
zooplankton feed many larger animals. Schools offish, including anchovy and
herring, feed on zooplankton and then, in turn, feed larger fish such as tuna. Still
Includes phytoplankton (plants) and zooplankton (animals). plate tectonics —
The study of the earth's crustal plates and the forces that cause them to drift.
pneumatocyst — (new MA toe sist) The air bladder on the blade of kelp plants
that helps ...
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