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Sprigs of newly planted seagrass wave in the breeze at Dauphin Island, Alabama March 21, 2010. Researchers at Dauphin Island Sea Lab report that Alabama is losing seagrass beds at "an alarming rate," with Mobile Bay seeing the decimation of nearly 1,400 acres of seagrass over the past few years. Worldwide, nearly a third of all seagrass has disappeared, leaving beaches vulnerable to erosion. (Photo by Carmen K. Sisson/Cloudybright)
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Sprigs of newly planted seagrass wave in the breeze at Dauphin Island, Alabama March 21, 2010. Researchers at Dauphin Island Sea Lab report that Alabama is losing seagrass beds at "an alarming rate," with Mobile Bay seeing the decimation of nearly 1,400 acres of seagrass over the past few years. Worldwide, nearly a third of all seagrass has disappeared, leaving beaches vulnerable to erosion. (Photo by Carmen K. Sisson/Cloudybright)