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Ew! What's Sea Snot and How Is It Linked to Climate Change?

No matter what you call it — sea saliva, snot, or marine mucilage — this gloopy substance is gross, and it's spreading in the Sea of Marmara, harming marine life and hitting Turkey's fishing and tourism industries. Read more about the phenomenon and its connection to climate change, wastewater pollution and overfishing.

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Ew! What's Sea Snot and How Is It Linked to Climate Change?
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