Baffin Bay (Texas)

Baffin Bay (Texas)

Baffin Bay is a bay in South Texas, an inlet of the larger Laguna Madre. Located near the Gulf of Mexico, Baffin Bay forms part of the boundary between Kenedy County and Kleberg County.

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Baffin Bay (Texas) - Flora and Fauna
... The lands around the bayare flat and dominated by grasslands and oak savanna they are used for agriculture and cattle farming ... frutescens angustifolia), dayflower (Commelina spp.), Texaslantana (Lantana urticoides), Texasbullnettle (Cnidoscolus texanus), silverleaf nightshade (Solanum elaeagnifolium), crotons (Croton spp.) and Lindheimer ... The waters of the baycontain several species of annelids and 29 species of diatoms ...

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