Dolphin dead from red tide washes up on Florida beach

Erin Long, based in Sarasota, Florida, shared videos to Facebook on August 24 of a dead dolphin that washed up on a beach near her home. She wrote, “I really hope something can be done about the red tide. So many dead animals.”
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Erin Long, based in Sarasota, Florida, shared videos to Facebook on August 24 of a dead dolphin that washed up on a beach near her home. She wrote, “I really hope something can be done about the red tide. So many dead animals.”

Red tide is killing more than just fish. Manatees, dolphins and birds are dying, too

August 24, 2018 06:00 AM