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Oysters turn man-made reefs into living ledges

By Colin Nickerson
Globe Correspondent / November 3, 2008

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WELLFLEET - What an oyster really needs is another oyster to cling to, and until a century or so ago the Atlantic Coast boasted the world's most spectacular shellfish embrace. Bays and estuaries from Canada's Maritime Provinces to Florida were thick with oyster reefs, some covering square miles. (Full article: 899 words)

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