The first signs of algae that create a red tide are found off the Gulf Coast in Florida

The red tide impacted on the state in 2018, with the state's call for a natural algae bloom which can induce oxygen waters and consequently kill huge fish and favorable air that is damaging to the state's tourism industry. The Gulf Coast dealt with most of 2018, and outbreaks often occur year on year. Although it was more rare, however, its presence last year was on the East Coast, with a flower going up through Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach and further up in Brevard County in October and November.

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