Where Are Diatoms Found?

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Diatoms are found in the oceans, freshwater, soils and damp places. They are a common type of unicellular algae that photosynthesise and often live in colonies.
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Diatoms are found in freshwater and saltwater. They are a very common type of algae. Diatoms are unicellular but often live in colonies. Diatoms can be harmful to other aquatic animals when they boom or have a population explosion.
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