Red tide: Toxic algae bloom plagues Florida's coastline

What's killing sea-life and hurting tourism along the coastlines of Florida and the Caribbean?

    Masses of seaweed and toxic algal blooms are choking the coastlines of Florida and the Caribbean.

    The so-called "red tide" is the worst seen in more than a decade.

    The algae and seaweed are hurting tourism, killing sealife and affecting people's health.

    Al Jazeera's Andy Gallacher reports from Miami.


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