Deep Sea Snot Bubbles Sequestering CO2
Posted on: Thu 11 Jun 2020
Giant Larvacaea are a unique kind of deep-sea invertebrate which form snot palaces that have been found to sequester carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
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Image sourced: Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute