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Topic-icon Massive Fish Kills On Marco Island Florida

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11 months 5 days ago - 11 months 5 days ago #1 by anonpirates
For the past 3 days our water has turned yellow/Brown not good or even close to normal, With this New Color I have counted myself over 250 DEAD Fish in less than 50ft. on my seawall. So even if this is just a local event, look at it this way Even if only a small part of the island is affected, lets say only 25%. Well 25% of 3 miles by 7 miles Ruffly is not a huge area but if you look at the numbers of fish in this equation it is a staggering number and devastating to the locals.

What caused this kill of I don't know yet? Hummmm???
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