Caribbean Faces ‘Catastrophic’ Invasion of Seaweed | News


Satellite observations indicate that 2018 may bring a record-setting deluge of seaweed in the Caribbean. The brown-colored genus, known as Sargassum, first came settling on beaches in the region in 2011, presenting lethal obstacles for sea turtles and bringing a stench of rotten eggs that hampered local fisheries and tourism.

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