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As coastline erodes, is beach living sustainable?

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Along America’s coast, extreme erosion is replacing homes and parking lots with dunes and beach. By the end of the century it’s predicted the sea level will rise three feet, which could redraw Florida’s coastline and swamp the Jersey Shore. NBC’s Anne Thompson reports.