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Moonlight drives marine creatures in Arctic winter

Moonlight drives marine creatures in Arctic winter

The findings have implications for the carbon cycle, which is particularly important in light of climate change.

Tiny migrating animals' pee shapes ocean chemistry

Tiny migrating animals' pee shapes ocean chemistry

The largest migration on the planet is the movement of small animals from the surface of the open ocean, where they feed on plants under the cover of darkness, to the sunless depths to hide from predators during the day, says a study.

Climate change threat to zooplankton’s refuge

These oxygen minimum zones are predicted to expand into shallower waters as global warming continues will force the zooplankton into a narrow band of water during the night and making them susceptible to their main predators.