WESLEY MULLER/SUN HERALD 
 Dead marine life covers nearly every yard of sand along Biloxi's shoreline Saturday as a rare toxic algae bloom, which scientists believe could be the worst in history for the area, shut down all beaches and oyster reefs in Mississippi.
WESLEY MULLER/SUN HERALD Dead marine life covers nearly every yard of sand along Biloxi's shoreline Saturday as a rare toxic algae bloom, which scientists believe could be the worst in history for the area, shut down all beaches and oyster reefs in Mississippi.
WESLEY MULLER/SUN HERALD Dead marine life covers nearly every yard of sand along Biloxi's shoreline Saturday as a rare toxic algae bloom, which scientists believe could be the worst in history for the area, shut down all beaches and oyster reefs in Mississippi.

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December 12, 2015 6:58 PM