Dolphins are dying at alarmingly high rates in Florida's Indian River Lagoon, a shallow estuary closed off from the Atlantic Ocean by barrier beaches. This place of white sands, seagrasses, and abundant wildlife has become over-saturated by harmful nitrogen pollutants, with a black, mucky bottom,
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Last summer was the worst ever for sea grass. Dolphins are suffering and dying from nitrogen-polluted waters in Indian River Lagoon. Super algae blooms, spurred on by excessive runoff of nitrogen, choked the Lagoon. These blooms caused a massive die-off of sea grasses. These natural