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    Live Ammonia tepida (Rotaliida)

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    Foraminifera like this one are at the base of the ocean's food chains — and are highly susceptible to climate change. But wait, there's more to the story as fossil record shows there can be a crash in ocean productivity that has ramifications for productivity and survival of species on land as well. Photomicrograph by Scott Fay. 20130717 Scientific American and article by a student!

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    Mariana Trench Life Forms More Diverse Than you Might Imagine

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