Sharks fleeing toxic red tide take refuge in Florida canal

Sharks fleeing toxic red tide take refuge in Florida canal

Lemon, blacktip, bonnethead and nurse sharks retreat from sea as state struggles to contain pollution problem

Hundreds of coastal sharks have taken refuge in a Florida canal, apparently to escape the effects of a toxic red tide outbreak killing hundreds of tons of marine animals.

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