Where Do Plankton Live?

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Plankton live in all bodies of water, but they are predominately found in very sunny areas of the open ocean. Like all green plants, they need sunlight water and nutrients to live. When planktons die, they drop to the bottom of the ocean.
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Answer In the waters of all the oceans, specifically in the sunligh zone. Phytoplankton produce more oxygen then all the rest of the plants in the world. Plankton is the generic name
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Phytoplankton live near the surface of the ocean because they need sunlight like all green
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It depends on whether you mean zoo plankton or phytoplankton and the species. In general you might say they live an average of 3 days. In practice they range from 1 day to up to 2
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A bucket. Plankton lives in a bucket with a fist on it. It is called the Chum Bucket. This is also Plankton's restaurant.
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Plankton is found to live commonly at the top layer of a body of water like the ocean. Plankton can also live in fresh water and are found specifically in the sunlight zones.
Plankton live in all bodies of water, but they are predominately found in very sunny areas of the open ocean. They can usually be seen floating at the top of the water.
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