Not necessarily. Sea grass meadows are located in all sorts of areas save the Antartic coasts. They’re found in high salinity coastal areas with lots o sunlight, and they typically grow in sandy or muddy sediments, sometimes on rock. This habitat can occur near coral reefs, but the two don’t necessarliy go together. Seagrass meadows, like coral reefs, are a major part of mantaining marine life and are in great danger of destruction.
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