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Cape Cod’s Cyanobacteria Crisis
Bryan Horsley of the Association to Preserve Cape Cod (LCTV)

From our colleagues at Lower Cape TV:

BREWSTER, MA - Cyanotoxins can turn a pond deadly. In Cape Cod's abundant ponds, these by-products of cyanonbacteria blooms create a microscopic danger to humans, pets and wildlife who touch the water, swallow the water, or in some cases just breath the air around an impacted pond.

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