All noses are not created equal. Sharks use their noses for a variety of purposes, including hunting, mating and even wayfinding!
In five distinct locations, unique gardens are hidden just below the surface. Oyster gardens are housed in the Inner Harbor where the oysters have an important job.
Mudflats may appear desolate to the naked eye, but there's a wealth of activity just below the surface. These areas of mud or sandy mud, which line thousands of miles of Chesapeake Bay shoreline, are hiding a rich variety of life.
As land animals, we humans are most familiar with the thin sliver of the ocean along the coast, where we vacation, collect shells and watch the sun rise or set. By contrast, the deep ocean is entirely unfamiliar. We know more about the surface of the moon than we do the bottom of the sea.
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