Thursday, October 25, 2007
St. George's Bay - St. Julians # 1
St. George's bay is a typical local coastal inlet sporting a sandy beach. The sides of the inlet are characterised by gently sloping rocky shores that extend underwater for a few tens of meters. Various important marine habitats are found in the different sections of the bay, such as sea grasses (a marine flowering plant), Neptune Grass (Maltese : Alka), Alga forests (seaweed) and bare sand.
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