There's a lot of talk about reducing carbon these days. But these conversations never seem to include the word "copepod." Copepods are a small aquatic crustacean that are critical, not only as a food source for sea creatures, but as a carbon reducing phenomenon. These exoskeleton creatures feed on waste and phytoplankton to the tune of 370,000 per day. They consume more carbon than they create which is more than can be said for humans! While performing this important task, they become a source of food for everything from Sea Horses to Whales!
While some are looking for signs that will mark the end of things, (apocolypse) anyone interested in feeding marine life are looking at sources of apocyclops, which is something entirely different. Apocyclop pods are a food source designed and cultured primarily for fish hatcheries and aquaculture. Sea/marine life of many varieties depend on this food source. As the pods mature, they tend to sink lower in the water which provides food for those creatures that feed near the bottom while in their infancy they float, giving food to those that feed at or near the surface.
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