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Mysterious animal keeps carbon out of atmosphere, slowing climate change

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Technology is now shining a light on a mysterious sea creature called a larvacean. The little critter appears to be a vital and powerful ally in the fight against climate change. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.

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This is how 'The Blob' is born. Lesson: engineers shouldn't mess with nature!

Author — Eat my Shorts

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This sounds like some sort of genetically engineered creature that may turn out to be some kinda Cloverfield monster. 🤔

Author — Carlos Ortiz

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I can see this already, this is your daily dose of internet.

Author — O F

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Excellent . Right now, we need something like this .

The earth is so unique and special . Let's respect it .

Author — Tom Blakley

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I’m going to cover my body in my own mucus and save the WORLD! Lol

Author — Chema ChakMo'ol

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Animals on land and ocean are paying for what we are doing to the planet.

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DEEP DIVERS...

O HEA IT IS.... THOUGHT I LOST
A FREIND AT SEA
SO MUCH
IN
"GOD"

Author — Melieka Jackson

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Large bodies of water know what human's fear, so new specimens appear to save the day.

Author — Dr. Jones

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i am so cynical these days ... we're busy polluting the ocean and some corporation will want to own all of the creatures that can make money for them

Author — Sue Graue

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what if creatures who lived at the depths of the sea released these organisms to counter atomosphere effects

Author — omnigeddon

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Like my uncle always says “Nature is just fine without us “

Author — Joel Ortega

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Support Yeo Tao, at Harvard, MERE’S Project.

Author — Amira Amira

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Alien looking and designed to heal the planet . Sounds like something the orbs I research would create. While we destroy they create...Peace Christo👽🎶🐕🛸☮️

Author — Christo Roppolo

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So why do we need to try to recreate the wheel when we could just reproduce these animals?

Author — stickshiftt

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The climate change is an after thought these days. It should be important.

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That scientist looks like an older Rosita from TWD

Author — Hobo Ringmaster

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That’s has to be some sort of jellyfish

Author — Dawnston Sundar

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Oh no, he said science! Someone protect the conservatives they've all been triggered and are going to try and start a genocide to calm their fears about their magic book being made irrelevant.

Author — Mike Dunigan

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please just ban fossil fuels and hold the military accountable

Author — Joshua Reynoso

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It will slow down climate change for like 1%

Author — Crazy Arnold