On the debris found from 2011’s tsunami, more than 300 alive marine aquatic species were found on board travelling with it. A new study has found that hundreds of species might have been travelling on this debris across the ocean. After the tsunami took place in 2011 in Japan, a boat washed up on the U.S. coast with pelagic gooseneck barnacles clinging to it.
The Antarctic seabed is full of aquatic life and moss animals. A research was done to find out the change in aquatic life on heating up the surrounding water by a degree or two. Researchers undertook a six-year project of making a heating device that could heat up the ocean despite the climatic conditions of the region.