Diving for Cyanobacteria in Lake Huron | National Geographic

Paid Content for Sea Doo. Join National Geographic Explorer Rosa Vásquez Espinoza as she dives into the depths of Lake Huron to study cyanobacteria, commonly known as blue-green algae, to understand how life on Earth evolved and what we can do to preserve it.

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