Six days from now, every one of the billions of phytoplankton alive today will be dead–eaten by zooplankton or having drifted to the bottom of the sea . In fact, some of these microscopic plants, which collectively perform as much as photosynthesis as all of Earth’s land-based plants, live for just two days. [More]
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