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Green Algae in the Yellow Sea
Almost 200 square miles of the Yellow Sea off China are covered by a massive bloom of green algae, according to a report from China’s Xinhua news services.

The bloom has spread to almost 7,400 square miles in total and is expected to grown. The algae bloom threatens marine life as it sucks oxygen from the water although the algae itself is not poisonous.




 
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Kalamazoo River oil spill will impact habitat for years - The oil spill that dumped up to a million gallons of crude into the Kalamazoo River is expected to cause long-term damage to at least a 30-mile stretch of once pristine marshes along the river, destroying habitat for resident geese, ducks, frogs, herons, muskrats and swans for possibly years to come.


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