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11/11/2013

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That is a great success story. Perhaps they could plant some oysters locally to revive the population?

More oysters are being planted in the Bay but not by the Shockleys.

The University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science and Chesapeake Bay Foundation planted many millions of oysters in the Bay last year -- record breaking numbers.

Hopefully, more of these oysters will survive, because of their increased resistance to disease.

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