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Old 06-09-2018, 07:34 PM   #1
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Bad News For Those Cruising Florida This Summer!



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Hurricanes, lightning, crocodiles, sink holes, and now algae!
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Hurricanes, lightning, crocodiles, sink holes, and now algae!
Ah, nope.

(well a few, but not exactly what we are known for!)
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Crocodiles or alligators, they are both women eaters.
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We just had a VERY large fish kill. We live 1/2 a block off the bay and the stinch has been awful for a week now!

Fish Kill in Seabrook - Bay Area Houston Magazine
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