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    A Simple Device manages the Eco-scape [Image 12 of 18]

    A Simple Device manages the Eco-scape

    OKEECHOBEE, FL, UNITED STATES

    04.27.2021

    Photo by Brigida Sanchez 

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District

    Waterlilies grow as dense stands in shallow water, firmly anchored by hefty, bulb-like bases. Ring-neck ducks feed heavily on lilies; their crops have been found to contain 500–1,000 white waterlily seeds at one time. These are one of the many native plants that are at risk when invasive species like the water hyacinth are left unmanaged.

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    Date Taken: 04.27.2021
    Date Posted: 05.28.2021 15:26
    Photo ID: 6666674
    VIRIN: 210427-A-AZ289-4949
    Resolution: 6000x4000
    Size: 2.51 MB
    Location: OKEECHOBEE, FL, US 
    Hometown: JACKSONVILLE, FL, US
    Hometown: WEST PALM BEACH, FL, US

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