Travellers warned of 'killer seaweed' in France

Travellers warned of 'killer seaweed' in France | The Australian:

"The discovery this month of dozens of dead wild boars, suspected victims of poisonous blue-green algae, prompted concerned officials to issue a health warning.

Three dead boars were found at the mouth of the Gouessant estuary in Brittany, bringing to 31 the number found this month, floating in the water or washed up in the area.

The nearby beach has been closed for safety, its cove stinking with algae which give off a poisonous gas when they rot."

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