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'It can kill you in seconds': the deadly algae on Brittany's beaches
by Angelique Chrisafis in Hillion
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8 September 2019
On 8 September 2019 The Guardian reported:
For decades, potentially lethal green algae have amassed in shallow bays on Brittany's beautiful north-western coast. Environmentalists say the blossoming of unusually large amounts of green algae are linked to nitrates in fertilizers and waste from the region's intensive pig, poultry, and dairy farming flowing into the river system and entering the sea. When the algae decompose, pockets of toxic gas get trapped under its crust -- potentially fatal to humans if they step on it. This summer, six Brittany beaches were closed because of a mass of dangerous seaweed.
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