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Don’t go near the water: Some algae blooms are toxic to people, pets

27November 2020

Don't go near the water: Some algae blooms are toxic to people, pets

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November’s warm gloom brought unusual blooms and peril to Twin Cities lakes and waterways. The beaches aren’t open this time of year, but the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board sent written warning that people and their pets should be wary near the water. The board reported toxin-producing blue-green algae blooms at Cedar, Nokomis and Brownie lakes. A similar algae bloom in Lakewood Cemetery’s pond caused the water in the Roberts Bird Sanctuary to run a milky tan. Fall algae blooms used to be uncommon but have become more typical as the region’s seasonal temperatures rise. Blue-green algae, which are actually…. See article below.

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Source: https://www.startribune.com/late-blooming-problem-as-minneapolis-issues-warning-about-algae-toxins-in-lakes/573205431/

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