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DiscoveryEdit

The sound shrimp, also known as Penaeus Aves, is a type of crustacean that thrives in the low stratosphere. They were first discovered by marine biologist, Johcklilly tatertots, February 13th, 2013. Sound shrimp are believed to be genetically mutated sea shrimp, and are capable of floating in the air we breathe. Unlike sea shrimp, sound shrimp can breathe in the atmosphere using gill lungs, which is an organ that can allow the crustacean to breathe in air and water. Sound shrimp have also recently been discovered in the United States and European countries.

AppearanceEdit

Sound shrimp can vary in size and length, and are usually between 0.5 mm and 1mm long. Almost impossible to see with the naked eye, Sound shrimp have similar coloring and patterns to Sea shrimp. They also have the tendency to be attracted to loud noises or music, hence the name Sound Shrimp. Using their legs as wings, sound shrimp are light enough to float in the low stratosphere without moving. One amazing fact about these creatures is how they use sound waves to travel to their destination. Sound shrimp have the ability to travel in between sound vibrations where there are less molecules and less friction, thus giving them less effort to fly through. This ability is called sound surfing, and is only known to be found in sound shrimp.

            Although sound shrimp float in the air we breathe, and can be inhaled, they are surprisingly harmless. When inhaled, Sound Shrimp are too large for the human Alveoli so they are exhaled immediately. Sound Shrimp are actually known to help human respiratory, because their diet consists of dust and spores that are in the air. This helps reduce the amount of pollen in the air and can make it easier for both animals and humans to breathe cleaner.

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