Disappearing Sebadal

miércoles 26 de mayo de 2021 - 08:11 GMT+0000

The sebadales are seagrass meadows that make up a unique ecosystem. They are a productive nursery for many species of fish and marine invertebrates. They have a high environmental and economic value, so their conservation is essential. The diver observes a seba leaf in the water column. It is the only seba leaf found east of Los Abrigos (Tenerife), during a dive in which a healthy patch was expected to be found.

Photo by Liam McGuire.