April 5, 2013 Water World
Washington DC (SPX) Apr 05, 2013 -
Tiny sea creatures no bigger than a thumbtack are being credited for playing a key role in helping provide healthy habitats for many kinds of seafood, according to a new study by the Virginia Institute of Marine Science and U.S. Geological Survey.
The little crustacean "grazers," some resembling tiny shrimp, are critical in protecting seagrasses from overgrowth by algae, helping keep these aquatic havens healthy for native and economically important species. http://www.terradaily.com/reports/Tiny_Grazers_Play_Key_Role_in_Marine_Ecosystem_Health_999.html
CLOWNFISH HELPS ITS ANEMONE HOST TO BREATHE http://news.mongabay.com/2013/0424-oneill-clownfish-anemone.html
MOTION IN THE OCEAN - THE PULSE OF THE OCEAN http://sco.lt/8oi22z