Fish and Wildlife Research Institute

Ground Cover Restoration Seed Planting 2

Ground Cover Restoration Seed Planting Image 2

Upland Habitat biologists Stefanie Nagid (left) and George Otto (right) are on the back of a seed drill planting seeds on a Native Ground Cover Restoration field.


Image Credit: FWC



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Horseshoe crabs do not bite or sting. Despite the ferocious look of the tail, it is not used as a weapon, but to right themselves if they are flipped over by a wave.

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