WSU scientist Kim Patten scratches out a box and counts the number of suspected ghost shrimp in an area that has been taken over by the species that live under the sand, softening it to the point that oysters sink down.
WSU scientist Kim Patten scratches out a box and counts the number of suspected ghost shrimp in an area that has been taken over by the species that live under the sand, softening it to the point that oysters sink down. Steve Ringman The Seattle Times
WSU scientist Kim Patten scratches out a box and counts the number of suspected ghost shrimp in an area that has been taken over by the species that live under the sand, softening it to the point that oysters sink down. Steve Ringman The Seattle Times

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