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This sea star was almost killed off. Now scientists are breeding it to help fight climate change

Sea star's disappearance has had damaging consequences for the marine ecosystem. Image: Wikimedia Commons

Sean Fleming

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The sunflower sea star is a vital part of the marine ecosystem. Image: Flickr/Carolyn Coles
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