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Published April 20, 2010

Baby animals, or larvae, virtually unknown to science join algae, burrowers, and bacteria among the hundreds of microbes found by the Census of Marine Life's ten-year study of the sea.

© 2010 National Geographic; Video from Census of Marine Life

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