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Scientists say there's a mass of seaweed stretching from the Gulf of Mexico to West Africa. They call it the biggest seaweed bloom in the world and that it's a signal of a new normal.

Mexico’s Beaches Are Being Overwhelmed By Sargassum Seaweed From The Atlantic

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