Why are oysters important for the marine eco system?



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    Mainly, oysters provide food for other animals and filter large amounts of water (up to 5 liters per hour), which clarifies the water and transfers nutrients into the soil.  They also “eat” algae, so they can keep the waterways at a balanced level of algae growth, which helps other organisms have enough room to survive.

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