Red tide threatens marine life and poses public health risk

01/25/2012 | WTVJ-TV (Miami)

Veterinarians at the Miami Seaquarium are treating two sea turtles and one manatee for nervous system problems caused by Karenia brevis, the algae responsible for red tide. The algae is more common on the Gulf coast of Florida, but officials do monitor Florida's Atlantic coast for the algae, which produce nerve toxins.

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