Could Fish Kill In Biscayne Bay Be A Sign Of Worsening Pollution?

Could Fish Kill In Biscayne Bay Be A Sign Of Worsening Pollution?

When the Dolphins and Rainbows swim club headed out Monday morning for their regular swim in Biscayne Bay, they encountered a grisly sight: hundreds of dead fish in the Tuttle Basin. "All of a sudden, we realized that we were literally surrounded by dead fish," said Kathryn Mikesell, who's been swimming with the group for five years and has lived in Morningside for two decades.


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Could Fish Kill In Biscayne Bay Be A Sign Of Worsening Pollution?
Could Fish Kill In Biscayne Bay Be A Sign Of Worsening Pollution?
HomeMiami Waterkeeper is a South Florida Environmental Group that advocates for Swimmable, Drinkable, Fishable water for all. Working on sea rise, water pollution, coral reef protection, and water issue education.