Caribbean nations struggling with foul-smelling seaweed

Christian Science: Putrid-smelling seaweed has been piling up on Caribbean beaches for months, straining the tourist-dependent region. From Florida to South America, the seaweed has killed wildlife tangled in its thick vines, repelled tourists seeking pristine beaches, imperiled the livelihoods of fishermen, and snarled power plants that rely on the churn of the sea. On one Mexican beach, the piles amassed were four feet high, causing some locals to flee their homes, The Washington Post reports. Tobago’s legislature......

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