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Thursday, September 10, 2015
In the Chesapeake Bay, cownose rays are becoming a bit of a nuisance. They migrate to the bay once a year and are gobbling up oysters. Tournaments have cropped up to eliminate some of the cownose rays and environmentalists are upset.
Tuesday, July 16, 2013
Scientists and watermen have joined forces to plant underwater farms in the Chesapeake with a special oyster bred to be sterile. Instead of using energy to reproduce, these oysters use it all to grow — twice as fast as normal.