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It's time to mix things up! Introduce biology scholars to the latest topic in marine research—invertebrates! The third installment in a five-part series of Invertebrates lessons explains the hypothesis that tiny, migrating shrimp are responsible for the distribution of heat and nutrients in Earth's oceans.
- Include the versatile video in a lesson about climate change, ocean mixing, or invertebrate animals
- Have pupils research the shrimp in the video to learn more about their place in the food chain
- Learners should have some prior knowledge of the many systems affected by ocean mixing
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- The video is a great way to interject published scientific research into the classroom in a student-friendly manner
- Defines and displays words that may be unfamiliar to scholars