"Lost-Year" Studies - Neonate in Sargassum

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"Lost-Year" Studies - Neonate in Sargassum

Turtles spend the first years of their lives traveling with the protection of floating sargassum beds.


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Blue crabs have specially modified back legs, called swimmerets, which rotate at 20-40 revolutions per minute, allowing the crab to quickly swim through the water.

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