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U.S., Cuba to Jointly Protect, Study Marine Life | Science/AAAS | News
Environment  (tags: Cuba, Florida, NOAA, marine management, ocean health, scientifiic collaboration, international cooperation, key fish species, reefs, ocean beds )

- 9 days ago -
key fish species, such as billfish and red grouper, cross international boundaries and need to be managed regionally to ensure their protection. Some of Cuba's reefs and seagrass beds are healthier than those just 100 kilometers away in Florida

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