Chaetognaths or arrow worms are predatory zooplankton that eat copepods and other smaller zooplankton and also fish larvae. They are large enough to be seen by the naked eye, but they are still very small and very transparent. I got to actually see live copepods and chaetognaths in the microscope thanks to biologist Carin Ashjian!

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Chelsea Clarke

Chelsea is an artist working on Cape Cod. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Printmaking and Drawing from Maine College of Art. She will be making daily drawings based on her daily experiences while also developing imagery for a larger body of finished prints.

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