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Loads of seaweed are threatening the Caribbean’s sea life and tourism. Experts say we may be to blame

CANCUN, Mexico — Each morning along Mexico’s Caribbean coast, workers with pitchforks ready themselves for another day of war against seaweed. They haul it off the beach using plastic bags, tanker tru... read more

Seychelles turns seaweed into fertilizer products

... we see that the Caribbean is also suffering loads of seaweed are threatening the Caribbean's sea life and tourism. Experts say we may be to blame. Workers come from across Mexico to find jobs ... read more

Algae, seaweed discolor Florida waters and beaches

Tourism ... mounds of seaweed known as sargassum have been pushed ashore by strong winds and ocean currents, dulling the water and coating beaches. Experts say the seaweed itself is not harmful, but i... read more

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Heaps of sargassum — a nasty-smelling seaweed that lives in the open ocean — are washing up on the white sandy beaches of the Caribbean. Communities that depend on tourism are trying to fight back. read more


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Loads of seaweed are threatening the Caribbean's sea life and tourism. Experts say we may be to blame

Each morning along Mexico’s iconic Caribbean coast, workers with pitchforks ready themselves for another day of war against seaweed. They haul it off the beach with plastic bags, tanker trucks and sma... read more



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