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Sydney’s Beaches Close As Algae Turns Water Blood Red
Some of Sydney’s most popular beaches were closed as the water turned blood red. A few tourists reportedly feared it was the blood from a shark attack, but the colour was caused by a bloom of algae. Here, a mother and her daughter check out the red algal bloom in the water at Clovelly Beach in Sydney
(read more: Telegraph UK)       (photo: Newspix / Rex Features)

rhamphotheca:

Sydney’s Beaches Close As Algae Turns Water Blood Red

Some of Sydney’s most popular beaches were closed as the water turned blood red. A few tourists reportedly feared it was the blood from a shark attack, but the colour was caused by a bloom of algae. Here, a mother and her daughter check out the red algal bloom in the water at Clovelly Beach in Sydney

(read more: Telegraph UK)       (photo: Newspix / Rex Features)