What you need to know about the sea flower disaster
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A blue sea flower, called the sea daisy, has been floating off the coast of New York since April, and is now the focus of a scientific investigation into its disappearance.
According to the NOAA’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, sea daisies are an annual flower found in New York Harbor.
Its bloom is one of the most beautiful in the United States, and the daisy’s vibrant color makes it one of our nation’s most popular petals.
The flowers also help to bring a bright, sunny day to your garden.
Scientists from the US Geological Survey are investigating the cause of the sea dukeflower’s disappearance, and have released a preliminary report.
It found that a storm in May 2016 caused the water to rise and the wind to blow, causing the dukeflowers to sink.
“It is a unique bloom with several characteristics that are unique to the New York metropolitan area,” said Paul Toth, an assistant professor at the University of Delaware and a co-author of the report.
“For example, the sea flowers are large and the water is low.
It is the water’s current that causes the dukes to sink, and it is also very difficult to measure the water pressure.
A study by researchers from the University in Washington, D.C., showed that the dashes in the dandy’s color were the result of water temperatures reaching up to 120 degrees Fahrenheit, which is close to the hottest point on Earth.
The dukes are also extremely hardy and can survive temperatures as high as 120 degrees.
Sea daisys, like most other flowers, can survive the heat, but this is different from most other sea flowers, said Toth.
It’s not the first time the blue sea daime has been spotted on the coast, but experts say it’s the first known case of a blue sea dime’s disappearance.
In July, a blue dime died in a pond in North Carolina, and its remains were found two days later, along with another blue duffle, which also died.