Harmful Algae Growth Off California Coast Killing California Sea Lions; Neurotoxin Moves From Fish To Predators

The rapid growth of harmful algae along parts of the Southern California coast is producing high concentrations of a toxin that affects California sea lions. It has led to strandings of more than 60 of the marine mammals since mid-August. Many have acted erratically, suffered from seizures, and in some cases died.

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