A few miles from Tallahassee, a lake has broken out with toxic algae that causes skin rashes and liver damage in humans and kills wildlife. I wish I could tell you this was an isolated case.
Hundreds of manatees, dolphins, birds and fish have been washing up dead on Florida’s east and west coasts. Those waters are fouled by sewage, manure, fertilizer and sewage – pollution that fuels algae outbreaks.
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