“Jake Kritzer, an ocean and fisheries expert at the Environmental Defense Fund, snorkeled over seagrass in Jardines de la Reina, a vibrant marine preserve in #Cuba. With its abundance of fish and lush seagrass beds, Jardines de la Reina has been called the Galapagos of the Caribbean. Scientists have only just begun to explore and document the wealth of #aquatic life in the waters of this area and the Gulf of Ana Maria to its north: how many species there are, the size of their populations, how they move from one area to another and where their spawning and nursery grounds are. @heislerphoto took this #underwaterphoto during a trip to Cuba in May. Follow @heislerphoto to see more from the story.” By nytimes on Instagram.
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