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How do plankton move?

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It depends on the kind of plankton. Some plankton move using fine hair-like projections around their cells called cilia (singular: cilium) Some move using the help of whip-like projections called a flagella (singular: flagellum) Other members of the
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it would allow them to travel great distances to find a suitable environment in which to live and possibly colonize new areas. Source(s)
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The oceans current moves them arround. They can't move themselves as they can harldy be counted as animals at all.
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