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  • Fig. S1. High-frequency monitoring dataset of dissolved oxygen and water temperature in the three dominant coastal habitats of the Red Sea between August–September 2016 and August 2017.
  • Fig. S2. This picture shows some of the study species that were active during the middle of the day.
  • Fig. S3. Diel seawater temperature and dissolved oxygen fluctuations measured with the miniDOT loggers nearby the boundary layer of the seagrass habitat where several animals live, including H. atra and T. crenata among the other species.
  • Table S1. Number of valid observations of dissolved oxygen concentration and water temperature during night or day, over temperature intervals of 1°C.

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