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Sea turns Red at Bondi Beach Australia
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 26443358:MV8yMDYzNTk5XzM0NzIxNzU4X0I0NTExMTY3] [quote:Anonymous Coward 28553731:MV8yMDYzNTk5XzM0NzIxNjk0XzEwOTA3ODc3] isn't red tied common this time of the year? don't eat mollusks and filter feeders. They can digest red algae but it's toxic to most humans even 2nd hand. [/quote] sounds plausible, gimme a link to it occuring in open ocean if you can cheers :cheers: [/quote]
Bondi Beach could be closed for up to 36 hours while tests are conducted on the algal bloom that stained the water red this morning.
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