Antarctic krill

Antarctic krill

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Caption: Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba). Krill live in huge swarms. E. superba swarms can be kilometres across and reach densities of 10,000 individuals per cubic metre. Each individual is at most 6 centimetres long. They feed on diatoms. Krill are a major food species for a wide array of oceanic creatures, ranging from small fish such as sardines and herring to blue whales.

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