Red Tide Off Northwest Florida Could Hit EconomyToxic algae in the northeast Gulf of Mexico are killing sea turtles, sharks and fish.
'Red Tide' Expands Along 60-90 Miles Of Southwestern Florida CoastA 60-90 mile long “red tide” continues to spread along the coast of southwestern Florida, and researchers say that the fish-killing algae bloom is the largest seen in over a decade.
Record Number Of Manatee Deaths Caused By Red TideA deadly algae bloom is causing a record number of manatee deaths in Florida, state biologists said.
Hundreds Of Dead Fish Wash Ashore From Florida Red TideHundreds of dead fish have washed ashore in southwest Florida because of red tide.

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