The Florida coast line is constantly shifting. Natural processes move the sand back and forth, north and south and occasionally a big storm removes it altogether. Of course unnatural processes are also affecting the beaches of the area. Huge sky scrapers, miles of beach front condos and the constant pressure of holiday makers on the beach. All these factors are playing their part on the ecosystem and the animals within it. Watch “Higher Ground” to find out where we’re going wrong and what we can do about it.
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