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This small fish, an anchovy or sardine, are key food for larger fish & marine mammals! #FFF http://buff.ly/HWwdnl
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Whoa! Have you ever seen a "jellyfish" like this guy! Siphonophore asexual budding FTW #FFF http://buff.ly/1czZ3D0
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This comb jelly, a sea gooseberry, use comb rows for feeding and movement. #FFF #plankton http://buff.ly/18djYN5
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One of the neatest filter feeders of the sea: salps! The coolest find this week on #FFF. http://buff.ly/1ij71oJ
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200,000 classifications! Reached probably about 5 minutes ago. Thanks to our amazing citizen scientists!
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197,939 classifications!! Almost at 200,000! www.planktonportal.org
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Hi. My name is Copepod. I'm one of the most common crustaceans in the sea. And I'm showing my love to you! #FFF
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This rocketship siphonophore is one of the most common siph's in the central CA coast! And very pretty. #FFF
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#FFF fun: these arrow worms (chaetognaths) are tiny but are fearsome predators. Plankton are shaking in their boots!
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More #FFF! This ctenophore is swimming with its lobes forward & may have larvacean on the menu! http://buff.ly/17GA68R
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