Seaweed plague

Seaweed plague

Saint George's : Grenada | Aug 17, 2011 at 8:09 PM PDT
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For a few months now, Grenada have been complaining about the vast amount of seaweed off it shores.

From since then, this abnormal amount of seaweeds have spread across the Caribbean, the latest islands to be plagued is Antigua and Barbuda.

For the past two weeks residents have been complaining the densely sea of weeds, especially in the Mill Reef area, causing it to give the area a look of an oil spill.

The main concerns are that this invasive seaweed would suffocate marine life such as fish, and they are already providing to be a hazard to boats to get through them. well the general public is concerned that, these weeds would allow to decay in this area, and to give off a toxic fume which would be very unpleasant.

wadadli is based in Saint John's, Saint John, Antigua and Barbuda, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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