Mapping the meadows

Seagrasses are flowering plants that originated on land and adapted to life underwater about 100 million years ago. They grow in 'meadows' found along the temperate Western Australian coast, in the gulfs of South Australia and Torres Strait, and in the waters off Queensland, north of Fraser Island. In some areas where seagrass decline has been dramatic, remedial steps are being taken.

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