Biscayne Bay Waterkeepers say a diver discovered this colony of staghorn coral transplanted from Government Cut to an artificial reef last year covered with sediment and dying last week.
Biscayne Bay Waterkeepers say a diver discovered this colony of staghorn coral transplanted from Government Cut to an artificial reef last year covered with sediment and dying last week. Biscayne Bay Waterkeeper
Biscayne Bay Waterkeepers say a diver discovered this colony of staghorn coral transplanted from Government Cut to an artificial reef last year covered with sediment and dying last week. Biscayne Bay Waterkeeper

Biscayne Bay coral at risk from sloppy dredge work

February 05, 2015 04:50 PM

UPDATED February 05, 2015 06:24 PM

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