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Australia | Seagrass replanting project seen as trial for Great Barrier Reef Marine Park

Researchers have been forced to avoid crocodiles, deadly jellyfish and even quicksand-like mud to replant seagrass beds south of Cairns as part of a project they hope to expand across tropical Australia.


The underwater meadows at Mourilyan Harbour were once thriving habitats, providing food for prawns, dugongs and green sea turtles.


https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2021/aug/29/queensland-scientists-brave-crocodiles-and-deadly-jellyfish-to-regrow-seagrass

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