Environmental Disaster in Florida

Environmental Disaster in Florida

In South Florida in the summer of 2018, one environmental scourge has made headlines like never before.

Florida’s red tide, a flotilla of bacteria that colored the sea rust and made its way along 100 miles of the Gulf Coast. Oxygen-starved fish, eels, dolphins and turtles cluttered coastlines, in huge numbers. In one marina, numerous fish as well as other marine life showed up dead along the shoreline in quantities Floridians have never seen before.

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