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  • Red Tide may be cause of more marine life death in Hancock County

    Land servicing crews worked to clean up thousands of dead fish that washed ashore Sunday, Dec. 27, 2015, on the coastline in Bay St. Louis and Waveland. Officials with the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources said it's possible the red tide algae is the reason for the fish deaths.

Land servicing crews worked to clean up thousands of dead fish that washed ashore Sunday, Dec. 27, 2015, on the coastline in Bay St. Louis and Waveland. Officials with the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources said it's possible the red tide algae is the reason for the fish deaths.
Land servicing crews worked to clean up thousands of dead fish that washed ashore Sunday, Dec. 27, 2015, on the coastline in Bay St. Louis and Waveland. Officials with the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources said it's possible the red tide algae is the reason for the fish deaths.

More dead marine life washing ashore in Hancock County

December 27, 2015 5:10 PM