Mono Lake Brine Shrimp

Mono Lake Brine Shrimp

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Credit: Stuart Wilson/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Mono Lake Brine Shrimp (Artemia monica) are endemic to Mono Lake, California. During the warm summer months, an estimated 4-6 trillion brine shrimp inhabit the lake. They eat single-celled algae and in turn are an important food source for migratory and nesting birds that visit the lake in numbers estimated to be two million. This is a composite photo.

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Keywords: anostraca, artemia, artemia monica, arthropod, brine shrimp, california, composite photo, fairy shrimp, fauna, food source, mono lake, order anostraca, sea monkey, shrimp, wildlife, yellow color

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