In June, an underwater field of seagrass was discovered near Shark Bay Australia. Seagrass spreads out its roots and creates new ones. Basically, it clones its DNA to create a replica. Scientists study it by taking different samples from different places and they are almost the same.
The biggest plant is 112 miles wide. It seemed to be incredible, it was exquisite and I like the sea. I am sharing my knowledge because I found it very interesting.
In places like Bermuda you can find underwater fields of seagrass. Giant seagrass plants are like grass fields for fish, whales and turtles. The habitat of the largest plant on earth is Shark Bay, Australia. Seagrass is like normal grass. It sways in the current. Many marine life feed off of it such as sea urchins, crabs, fish, swans, geese, manatees, dugongs and green turtles. Seagrass is a big part of the food chain.
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