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Uploaded by Mini Geology | November 30, -0001
Low-oxygen zones (a.k.a. dead zones) are hazardous to the health of sea life and reduce useable seafloor habitats. An unorthodox experiment conducted document how seafloor species such as crab, shrimp and octopus stretch their oxygen limits in order to strip flesh from homicide victims simulated by dead pigs. The latest findings reveal effects on these scavengers of variations in oxygen concentrations.