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Micro-algae under a microscope. Micro-algae are single celled algae which absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. When the plant dies, it falls to the ocean floor, taking the trapped carbon dioxide with it. Micro-algae are also an important food source for many marine animals.

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