JENNIFER LENAIN/SUN HERALD 
 Land servicing crews picked up thousands of dead fish that washed ashore along the beach in Bay St. Louis and Waveland on Sunday, Dec. 27, 2015. The Mississippi Department of Marine Resources suspects the deaths are related to red tide algae that moved through the Mississippi Sound in early December.
JENNIFER LENAIN/SUN HERALD Land servicing crews picked up thousands of dead fish that washed ashore along the beach in Bay St. Louis and Waveland on Sunday, Dec. 27, 2015. The Mississippi Department of Marine Resources suspects the deaths are related to red tide algae that moved through the Mississippi Sound in early December.
JENNIFER LENAIN/SUN HERALD Land servicing crews picked up thousands of dead fish that washed ashore along the beach in Bay St. Louis and Waveland on Sunday, Dec. 27, 2015. The Mississippi Department of Marine Resources suspects the deaths are related to red tide algae that moved through the Mississippi Sound in early December.

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