Do not confuse them. Elephant grass refers to either the African species Pennisetum purpureum, the southern Asian grass Saccharum ravennae, or Asiatic Zebra grass or Porcupine Grass Miscanthus sinensis. Turtle grass, however, is a member of the Hydrocharitaceae family of aquatic plants.
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They’re all merely exotic cow feed.
@Snarky Platypus: Well that’s the point. Turtle grass is a standard part of a manatee’s diet.
In hindsight, it’s probably impolite of me to post something that won’t make sense to anyone except maybe 3 people on the whole planet. I will try not to be a wanker in this way ever again.
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