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Dead fish from red tide on Englewood Beach in October 2012
Dead fish due to red tide on Stump Pass Beach on October 2nd, 2012
Increased red tide levels detected on Sarasota County beaches
Experts say the red tide outbreak we're experiencing could be around for another few weeks, and now new information suggests the red tide could be moving north.
Dead sea creatures are washing ashore on parts of the Suncoast as part of a massive fish kill along Stump Pass in Englewood. It's something Fish and Wildlife officials say is the result of a large red tide bloom.
MANATEE COUNTY - This year's red tide appears to be more dangerous for sea life than in past years.
MANATEE COUNTY - High levels of red tide continue to be reported up and down Suncoast beaches, and now with the bloom appearing to head north, some in Manatee County are concerned it may have an impact on tourism there.
SARASOTA COUNTY - There is more trouble for Suncoast beaches, as dead fish continue to wash up at nearly every beach in Sarasota County, including Siesta Key.