Sometimes nature needs a helping hand.
Vast underwater forests have gone missing from the Sydney coastline, with repercussions for local fish, ABALONE, CRAYFISH and coastal marine biodiversity.
We have a solution, but the ocean needs your help.
MISSING: 70 km stretch of
‘Crayweed’ (Phyllospora comosa) once formed dense beds on shallow reefs all along the Sydney coastline, but sometime during the 1980s it all disappeared!
And lots of it...
Crayweed can either be male or female and their sexually produced babies attach permanently to the reef, forming the basis of a new, self-sustaining population.
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