By the Breach 

Creatures thrive in the shifting world of Stone Lagoon

[slideshow-1]  Even from the car, skimming fast south on Highway 101 in late December as the dusk sky streaked orange, you could tell something was different about Stone Lagoon, shimmering there behind a flickering screen of trees. It was breached! The smooth,…

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