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Chesapeake's Oyster Population Has Reached Rock Bottom
If, as the German poet Rainer Maria Rilke says, humans were put on earth to experience the beauty of simple things, what better place to start than the lowly oyster? It lives in the dark at the bottom of the bay, slurping nutrients and staying put.
By Angus Phillips
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