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The gymnosomatous (shell-less) pteropod Thliptodon

The gymnosomatous (shell-less) pteropod Thliptodon

NOAA ~ link  Pteropods are small calcifying (or shelled) organisms that live as zooplankton in the water column and are an important prey species for many fish. Changes in ocean chemistry can break down their calcium carbonate shell, ultimately leaving the marine food web at risk.

NOAA ~ link Pteropods are small calcifying (or shelled) organisms that live as zooplankton in the water column and are an important prey species for many fish. Changes in ocean chemistry can break down their calcium carbonate shell, ultimately leaving the marine food web at risk.

Scientists Use Seismic Data to Get an Inside Look at Earth

Earthquakes paint a picture of the inside of the Earth - physics-math - 16 March 2015 - New Scientist

Oceanus Article

Oceanus Article

Pteropods - Swimming Mollusks from Vimeo - Encyclopedia of Life

Planktonic snails known as sea butterflies build fragile shells. Will they survive an acidifying ocean?Plankton Chronicles Project by C, CNRS / Noe Sardet and Sharif…

Acidification eating away at tiny sea snails | Sea Change: Ocean acidification | The Seattle Times

Acidification eating away at tiny sea snails

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Miniature sea snails “fly” gracefully underwater like winged insects

Space Art Cross-Stitched Planets By Navid Baraty http://designwrld.com/space-art-cross-stitched-planets-by-navid-baraty/

Space Art: Cross-Stitched Planets By Navid Baraty

Space Art Cross-Stitched Planets By Navid Baraty http://designwrld.com/space-art-cross-stitched-planets-by-navid-baraty/

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