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Seagrass and Sea Krait
The seagrass beds of New Caledonia are made up of 12 species of Angiosperms, mainly of the genus Halophila, cohabiting to form real meadows serving as habitat, refuge zone, food zone or transit zone for a varied fauna. If some animals literally graze on these meadows, others like the amphibious snakes more or less subservient to the marine environment commonly called Sea Kraits (Laticauda colubrina and Laticauda laticaudata), come to hunt there.
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