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August 13, 2014 10:26 PM

Mote: Massive red tide bloom off Gulf Coast could move south into Manatee

Mote and FWC scientists to keep watch on southwest Florida waters south of the bloom’s last known edge offshore of northern Pinellas County because recent forecasts suggest it will move slowly south and southeast parallel to the coast.

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