The Seagrass Died. That May Have Triggered A Widespread Fish Kill In Biscayne Bay

The Seagrass Died. That May Have Triggered A Widespread Fish Kill In Biscayne Bay

A seagrass die-off that began in 2013 and eventually wiped out three-quarters of the meadows in Biscayne Bay's Tuttle Basin may have helped set the stage for a widespread fish kill this week.


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The Seagrass Died. That May Have Triggered A Widespread Fish Kill In Biscayne Bay
The Seagrass Died. That May Have Triggered A Widespread Fish Kill In Biscayne Bay
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