Are coral reefs in Mexico healthier than the ones in the U.S.?



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    “There are frequent “red tide” algae blooms[11] that kill fish and marine mammals and cause respiratory problems in humans and some domestic animals when the blooms reach close to shore. This has especially been plaguing the southwest and southern Florida coast, from the Florida Keys to north of Pasco County, Florida.”


    The gulf of Mexico is commonly known as a very polluted area, recieving runnoff from florida, the Mississippi river, and the coasts of texas and mexico (and other sorrounding coasts). This negatively effects coral reef health in both Mexico and the U.S.

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