What We Can Learn About Climate Change from NYC's Oyster Population
Originally aired on Uptown Radio, 5/5
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New York is a man-made city of iron and concrete. But sometimes it’s easy to forget that it’s also a city of coastlines, with water all around. Which makes the city a rich habitat for marine life. Kamila Kudelska explores one species that used to be a more of a central character: oysters.