Years of flood control and summer drought triggered a massive seagrass die-off in Florida Bay that scientists say covers about 60 square miles.
Years of flood control and summer drought triggered a massive seagrass die-off in Florida Bay that scientists say covers about 60 square miles. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
Years of flood control and summer drought triggered a massive seagrass die-off in Florida Bay that scientists say covers about 60 square miles. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

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