Krills are completely marine meaning that their completely found in sea water. Freshwater “shrimp” like amphipods are sometimes called freshwater krill, but they aren’t in the same zoological Family as the marine species. Hope this helps!
Krill do not live in freshwater. They live in oceans all around the world, especially in the Antarctic region. Krill stay around 320 feet below the surface during the day, and swim up at night to eat phytoplankton. They are eaten by many different animals and are thus an essential part to the marine ecosystem.
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