Robin Robinson
Sunday, January 27, 2013
Sea grasses are givers back to Mother Nature

Identified by its long half-inch wide, ribbon-like blades, turtle grass (Thalassia testudinum) is one of six varieties of water grasses that grow in the Keys. It flourishes in shallow coastal waters of the Caribbean that are clear and warm from Sebastian Inlet south to Venezuela. The grass prefers protected areas and the depth to which it grows is determined by the temperature and clarity of th...

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