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Record-Breaking 2015 Temperatures Connected To Ongoing Fish Kill on Mississippi Beaches

Julie Dermansky

Cleanup crews were dispatched to Beaches in Hancock County, Mississippi, on December 27th to remove over a thousand dead Fish and the remains of other animals.

Scientists attributed the Fish Kill to a “red tide” algae bloom that took hold in early December. It won’t go away until temperatures drop and fresh water from the north spilling out from the Mississippi moves through the area. 

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