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Giant 5,500-Mile-Long Patch Of Seaweed In Atlantic Ocean Could Be 'New Normal'

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Published on July 6, 2019 - Duration: 00:32s

Giant 5,500-Mile-Long Patch Of Seaweed In Atlantic Ocean Could Be 'New Normal'

The largest seaweed bloom in the world has been detected, extending from the Gulf of Mexico to the African coast.

The unusually large bloom is threatening marine life and coastal regions, says Gizmodo.

Researchers are warning this new bloom could be a sign of things to come.

The giant bloom is attributed to both human-causes and natural processes.

Researchers stressed that such β€œrecurrent blooms may become the new normal.”

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