The Mighty Planktivore

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An animal that eats mostly zooplankton and crustaceans is a planktivore. These little Royal Grammas are planktivores and they live at my private reef. Real grammas are just as colorful as my illustration. I’m amazed how vibrant sea life is.

So, did you know what a planktivore was? (I didn’t.)

illustration by me!

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12 Comments

  1. Nope, but I bet my son did. INteresting post, I learned something new today.

    ann

  2. No I didn't, but what brilliance is found beneath the sea … amazing!

  3. Had no clue! Very cool picture, as usual!! 🙂

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  5. I didn't, but I think they're beautiful.

  6. Had no idea. But, what I do know is that I want a private reef just like yours. Gorgeous!

  7. Not only did I learn something new, I saw what they look like. Neat.

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  9. They look like little psychedelic, lava lamp fish. Groovy.

    Cool pic!

  10. I had absolutely no idea… they look like they are still stuck in the 80's!!

  11. Ooooh! Sooo pretty Southpaw!!

  12. Corra McFeydon said…
    Hi –

    Nope – I didn't know. 🙂

    I think sea life is magnificent. I saw a coral reef film not long ago at the IMAX. Good stuff.

    Hope you're well. 🙂

    Corra

    from the desk of a writer (I moved my blog! I'm at WordPress now.)

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