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Growing Algae in Water

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Algae could start growing in any pool of water that isn't sterile or doesn't have a sterile atmosphere above it and has a light source, it would consume C02 as it grows like algae irl.

This wouldn't be solid algae and instead would be living growing algae represented by a green goo on the water's surface.

Fish could eat the algae as it grows.

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Perhaps have it function like the "building". So, over time it would eat CO2, and produce oxygen, but only in light, and have a byproduct of polluted water.

It would naturally create it's own limits too, because it would rapidly spread to cover the surface so it would still require dupe labor to maintain it.

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