WRLN: The Seagrass Of Florida Bay Is Under Siege -- And Not For The First Time

WRLN: Written by Kate Stein. March 21, 2017.

Seagrass in Florida Bay has died off rapidly over the past couple of years. About 40,000 acres have been lost, harming the habitat of animals from manatees to toadfish and imperiling the area's fishing industry.

Researchers say it's not the first time a die-off like this has happened and that there are lessons to be learned from the last major seagrass die-off. That one started around 1987 and damaged about 60,000 acres. 

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