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RT @PlanktonPundit: SPUME. Strong winds and rough seas break up the colonies of a phytoplankton Phaeocystis bloom and their jelly-like remains get whipped up into a surface foam called spume trapping other plankton. It's often mistaken for pollution when blown onto beaches. @zeiss_micro https://t.co/C7HmnuIe87

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