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Cornish sea grass

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April 2023




March 2023

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Underwater photography

Seagrass are the only flowering plants able to live in seawater and are able to pollinate whilst submerged. Seagrass often grows in large groups that gives the appearance of an underwater meadow. The species are found around the coast of Cornwall in sheltered areas such as harbours, estuaries, lagoons and bays.

Seagrass meadows provide a nursery ground for many species of marine life. The swaying leaves can become covered in algae, anenomes, nudibranch and stalked jellyfish. Whilst the soft sediment surrounding the roots is home to molluscs, starfish, worms and flatfish. Sea bass and catsharks roam around the meadows and if you’re lucky, you may even spot a seahorse.

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