Dead and dying trees were found on Big Pine Key in 2006 after Hurricane Wilma. While the hurricane killed some, biologists also believe saltwater intrusion and rising sea levels also played a part.
Dead and dying trees were found on Big Pine Key in 2006 after Hurricane Wilma. While the hurricane killed some, biologists also believe saltwater intrusion and rising sea levels also played a part. Tim Chapman Miami Herald Staff
Dead and dying trees were found on Big Pine Key in 2006 after Hurricane Wilma. While the hurricane killed some, biologists also believe saltwater intrusion and rising sea levels also played a part. Tim Chapman Miami Herald Staff

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