'Red Tide' Algae Shows Up Along Texas CoastExperts said that the algae bloom known as 'red tide' has been found along parts of South Texas. The Texas Parks & Wildlife Department confirmed 'red tide' in areas of the Rio Grande Valley and near Corpus Christi.
Red Tide Killing Fish Along Texas CoastExperts say the algae bloom known as red tide has spread along the Texas coast leaving behind fish kills and discolored water.
Nearly A Million Texas Fish Die In Red TideWildlife officials estimate nearly a million fish have been killed in Southeast Texas by the algae bloom known as red tide.
Fish Kill Reported On Galveston; Red Tide BlamedState biologists say a toxic algae bloom called "red tide" killed hundreds of thousands of fish that washed up on the beach of a tourist-popular Southeast Texas city.
Red Tide Kills 3 Million Fish On Texas CoastRed tide is an algae bloom that is dangerous for animals and humans alike.

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