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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