“Sea mucus” is caused by the rise in sea temperatures in recent decades. It appears near the Mediterranean coasts in the summer. A new study found that this mucus harbors bacteria and viruses, including potentially deadly E. coli. The blobs threaten human swimmers as well as fish and other sea creatures.
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