THE WRATH OF RED TIDE IN FLORIDA

Two large-scale algae outbreaks in Florida have killed sea life and is threatening the health of the public. The current red tide is one of the longest lasting outbreaks in Florida history. The red tide is caused by Karenia brevis. The algae produces toxins called brevetoxins. They cause gastrointestinal and neurological problems when ingested. This […]

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