FOTOS: La marea roja deja centenares de peces muertos en Sarasota

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Cuadrillas de obras públicas limpiaron la costa de las playas Nokomis y Venice luego de que vecinos de la zona se quejaran por el mal olor de peces muertos a causa de la marea roja o red tide. Sin embargo hay personas que siguen enfrentando problemas desde Manasota Key. 

Este usuario de Instagram afirma que la costa experimenta el peor desastre ambiental debido a la marea roja y el alga tóxica que arropa la playa allí.

Welcome to Florida! Even with the respirators we only lasted 10 minutes. Absolutely no one on the beach. Death everywhere. No birds! #florida #manasotakey #manasotabeach #englewood #englewoodbeach #redtide #cyanotoxins #bigsugar #bigagriculture #saveourbeach #fuckrickscott #fuckputnam #bluegreenalgae #bocagrande #ftmeyersbeach #sanibelisland #leecounty #sarasotaflorida #siestakey #nokomisbeach #fishing #grouper #tourism #voteforwater #waterislife #mniwiconi

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Is this our future and the future of our youth? When is it enough Mr. Scott? #redtide2018 #redtide #water #pollution #algeabloom #florida #naplesflorida #greed #moneyovereverything #politicians #government #voicesofhope #saveouroceans #saveourplanet #saveourchildren #makeachange #lakeo #okachobee #lakeokachobee #cleanwater #hazard #gasmaskgirl #gasmask #gulfshores #gulfcoast #beaches #southwest #skimboarding #deadfish #wethepeople

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The dumping of Lake O into the gulf results into a massive red algae bloom which in turn is killing all the sea life and polluting the Gulf- this 3.5ft grouper washed up this morning- heartbreaking. #redtide #sanibel

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