Die-off in Indian River Lagoon killing dolphins, manatees

Tampa Bay Times: The Indian River Lagoon on Florida's east coast has long been known as the most diverse ecosystem in North America. Its 156 miles of water boasts more than 600 species of fish and more than 300 kinds of birds. The lagoon is not just an ecological treasure. To the towns along its edge -- Titusville, Cocoa, Melbourne, Vero Beach and Stuart, among others -- it accounts for hundreds of millions in revenue from angling, boating, bird-watching, tourism and other waterfront activities. But these days......

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