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How do tiny sea creatures, many only one-tenth the size of a grain of rice, stay together to form the dense patches that whales and other creatures rely on for food? Why don't these crowded groupings of animals break up by sinking deep or floating to the surface? The answer to these questions is found in this EurekAlert! Science Reporting for Kids. This particular alert highlights a new tool called Fish TV. EurekAlert! Science Reporting for Kids is an online, global news service operated by American Association for the Advancement of Science that news and resources focused on all areas of science, medicine and technology. This research appears in the 06 May, 2005 issue of the journal Science.

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