Morgan Dobbins, FSU News, Jan. 21, 2018

The Apalachicola River is one of the region’s most important natural sites, housing remnants from early original cultures and providing water to many individuals in Georgia and Florida. The King’s Life Auditorium this past Thursday was packed past its 150-seat capacity as individuals came to hear the important details on the health of wildlife and the region from veteran researchers Jeff Chanton and Susan Cerulean.

As the couple shared numerous photos with the audience highlighting the damage they witnessed, one stuck out.

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