(Jenny Starrs/The Washington Post)
Health and Science
New York City is turning 5,000 old toilets into oyster beds
Porcelain toilets recycled from New York City are becoming part of the new home for nearly 50,000 oysters in the city's Jamaica Bay, in an attempt to re-establish New York Harbor's oyster population and promote a healthier coastline.
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