Bonefish, AKA the “Grey Ghost,” are powerful, fast and highly prized by flats-fishermen in South Florida’s coastal waters. But they are disappearing. Fortunately, scientists and fishing guides are banding together to save these amazing predatory fish.


Food for thought

As we learned, healthy coral reefs are full of many different species of marine life. They’re like the “cities of the seas,” in part because corals create stony structures that offer shelter and attachment points for things like small fish and invertebrates.

Can you think of other, non-marine habitats that are also very biodiverse? What do these habitats have in common?