When you go out fishing, you’re usually hoping for a big catch.
From Naples to Sarasota, beaches in Florida are littered with a massive load of dead marine wildlife that were ravaged by a natural phenomenon 'The Red Tide;' experts say it only going to get worse.
A marathon algae bloom that has already killed thousands of marine animals in Florida is now causing health problems for humans.
Respiratory irritation has been reported by people in six counties along Florida's southwestern coast, said the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
Algae blooms usually happen in the late summer or early fall and last around three to five months. But this current algae bloom -- also known as a red tide -- started in October and has stretched for more...