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Squid might not be deterred as CO2 rises in oceans
6/17/2019

Two species of tropical squid surprised scientists by performing well in tanks with carbon dioxide levels raised to the amount oceans are expected to hit by the end of this century, according to findings published in Conservation Physiology. "We are likely to see certain species as being well-suited to succeed in our rapidly changing oceans, and these species of squid may be among them," said Blake Spady, who led the study of two-toned pygmy squid and bigfin reef squid.

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