Shipwreck Life: How fish and other aquatic species utilize Great Lakes shipwrecks
By: Kathy Johnson, Great Lakes Now
All that remained of the schooner was a bit of its hull – a tightly-packed row of wooden planks stretching 40 feet across the bottom of Lake Huron. Sunbeams easily penetrated the 20 feet of clear lake water above the wreck.
The site appeared lifeless.
To read the full story, please click here.