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Our oceans and lakes are filled with copepods, a myriad of small crustacean species that might float as plankton or infect other creatures1. And as they’re living in whatever manner best suits them, some copepods—like our friend here—become more than just their own creature. They become a surface, a place for someone else (or something else) to settle down upon.



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