Record breaking fish killing 'dead zone' the size of New Jersey found in the Gulf of Mexico | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Record breaking fish killing 'dead zone' the size of New Jersey found in the Gulf of Mexico

Researchers have discovered the largest ever 'dead zone' - an area of low oxygen that can kill fish and marine life - in the Gulf of Mexico.

The dead zone is 8,776 square miles large, an area about the size of New Jersey.

According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), it is the largest measured dead zone since mapping began there in 1985.

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King shrimp ! RIP!!!!!

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KING SHRIMP where giant Texas shrimp they where never a large amount BUT they where a FOOT LONG and DELICIOUS on the grill the shrimp itself where 12 inches long not counting the feelers and legs, you could only get them from the shrimp boat docks , seldom enough where caught to make it to the seafood shops. THEY ARE ALL EXTINCT!
The INCOMPETENT TEXAS State marine biologist are USELESS CORRUPT SCUM DO NOTHING FAT politicians rotten kids doing NOTHING and being PAID!

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