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World Oceans Day: How do snook survive cold spells in Everglades waters? By heading for the depths

Mangroves (green) and freshwater marshes (light brown) surround the upper Shark River.

Mangroves (green) and freshwater marshes (light brown) surround the upper Shark River.

Credit: Lori Oberhofer


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Detail of small creeks where freshwater marshes (brown) and mangroves (green) meet.

Detail of small creeks where freshwater marshes (brown) and mangroves (green) meet.

Credit: Lori Oberhofer


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Common snook habitat in the upper Shark River in Everglades National Park.

Common snook habitat in the upper Shark River in Everglades National Park.

Credit: Jennifer Rehage


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Scientist Jennifer Rehage holds a young common snook.

Scientist Jennifer Rehage holds a young common snook.

Credit: Jennifer Rehage


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Image of an Everglades common snook, less than a year old.

Image of an Everglades common snook, less than a year old.

Credit: Jennifer Rehage


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Picture of a juvenile common snook in Tarpon Bay, Everglades National Park.

Picture of a juvenile common snook in Tarpon Bay, Everglades National Park.

Credit: Jennifer Rehage


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