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Study: Healthy fish populations rely on algae

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HONOLULU (AP) — A new study shows algae on the seafloor are important to the health of food webs and fish populations in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. The study published earlier this month in the journal Marine Biology found bottom-dwelling algae are the base of the food web. Small fish eat the algae, while sharks and other large fish eat the smaller fish. Papahanaumokuakea Marine...

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