The Plight of the Ancient Horseshoe Crab

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The Plight of the Ancient Horseshoe Crab

Published on August 17, 2012 with No Comments

By Michele S. Byers

It’s fitting that a sculpture of the horseshoe crab, which will become part of an artificial reef off the coast of Mantoloking in Ocean County, will be the world’s largest undersea artwork.

New Jersey artist, scuba diver and marine biologist Christopher Wojcik created the 47-foot-long, 25,000-pound

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