This photo from October 2009 shows algae growing on the USS Vandenberg, which was sunk as an artificial reef in May 2009.
This photo from October 2009 shows algae growing on the USS Vandenberg, which was sunk as an artificial reef in May 2009. Cammy Clark Miami Herald file
This photo from October 2009 shows algae growing on the USS Vandenberg, which was sunk as an artificial reef in May 2009. Cammy Clark Miami Herald file

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