Uncovering Unique Information on Barnacle Lives and How They are Beneficial to Human Beings

 Bsarnacle are small aquatic creatures found in many parts of the world. They belong to a group of organisms known as crustaceans, and are related to crabs, shrimps and lobsters. Barnacles have several unique characteristics that make them interesting to study. Most barnacle species live attached to hard surfaces such as rocks or ships' hulls by means of a cement-like substance secreted from their bodies. The most common barnacle is the acorn barnacle, which can be found on rocks around the shoreline and even in deeper water habitats. Humans use these crustaceans for various purposes ranging from producing seafood dishes to researching ocean chemistry.