Sanibel Sea Beans Find

provided to The Santiva Chronicle

Five-year-old Brighten Kern of Chattanooga, Tenn., discovered a bounty of sea beans while staying at Shell Island Beach Club.

But, they are not really “beans.” They are seeds of plants from around the world that get carried into rivers then to oceans then wash up on beaches. And there are 100 different types of them.

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