Nature & Environment
Health & Medicine
Jul 03, 2017 05:14 AM EDT
Concrete Pyramids Sunk To Act As Artificial Reef
Concrete pyramids were sunk in the Gulf of Mexico to act as artificial reef and protect fish.
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