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{{Episode|season = 9|number = 1|previous = "[[The Bluebird of Zappiness]]"|next = "[[Going Solar]]"}}There’s a mega mystery in Megabays – the once-healthy kelp in Big Bay is washing ashore. The CyberSquad must work with Captain Skuttlebutt, keeper of the bays, to get to the bottom of it. They explore the marine ecosystem and discover that there are way more urchins than anything else… but why? Is it nature at work, or is something – or someone – causing the underwater kelp forest’s collapse?
 
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|airdate=November 4, 2013
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|writer=Peter Hirsch<br />George Arthur Bloom
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|director=J. Meeka Stuart
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|topic=Keystone species
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|previous="[[The Bluebird of Zappiness]]"
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|next="[[Going Solar]]"
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There’s a mega mystery in the [[Island of Megabays]] – the once-healthy kelp in Big Bay is washing ashore. The CyberSquad must work with Captain Skuttlebutt, keeper of the bays, to get to the bottom of it. They explore the marine ecosystem and discover that there are way more urchins than anything else… but why? Is it nature at work, or is something – or someone – causing the underwater kelp forest’s collapse?
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Revision as of 04:55, 2 June 2020

"An Urchin Matter"
Untitled 489050.jpg
Original air date
November 4, 2013
Directed by
J. Meeka Stuart
Written by
Peter Hirsch
George Arthur Bloom
Topic
Keystone species

Plot

There’s a mega mystery in the Island of Megabays – the once-healthy kelp in Big Bay is washing ashore. The CyberSquad must work with Captain Skuttlebutt, keeper of the bays, to get to the bottom of it. They explore the marine ecosystem and discover that there are way more urchins than anything else… but why? Is it nature at work, or is something – or someone – causing the underwater kelp forest’s collapse?

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