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Members of Gator Dredging use a vacuum-like device to suck Lyngbya algae from Hunters Cove in Crystal River as part of the second phase of the Save Crystal River project. The boom, left, is connected to a nozzle that lifts the algae and removes it to an area on land where the debris is separated.
After success, a sequel

Another phase of Save Crystal River’s ambitious public-private restoration of King’s Bay began last week in and around Hunters Cove, and the group is bringing ample state resources to bear in its quest to rid the bay of invasive Lyngbya algae and restore habitat long lost to the intruder.

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