In carbon dioxide-rich environment, some ocean dwellers increase shell production

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In a striking finding that raises new questions about carbon dioxide's impact on marine life, scientists report that some shell-building creatures -- such as crabs, shrimp and lobsters -- unexpectedly build more shell when exposed to ocean acidification caused by elevated levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide....
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