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Old 20-08-2011, 18:15   #16
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Re: Human Pathogen Killing Corals in the Florida Keys

So I say lets just put the sick turtles back in the water so they can crap there.... and die. The level of some people’s stupidity just floors me!
Well then, I wonder what happens to these animals when they die in the water?
more contamination and pollution.
How about this then, best thing would be to fish them all out before they get a chance to die and decay into the water.

The ocean is a soup full of nasties that cleans itself up. Pirates included, everything eventually ends up in the sea. Dont go into the water, it might just kill you.

Deadly Brain eating Amoebas, go up into your noise into your brain and your dead.

uh-oh its now in the tap water, so dont take a bath either.

The infection is usually treated with anti-fungal medications and antibiotics, and just one person has reportedly survived it since the 1970s. The parasite usually comes into the body through the nose and hits the brain and spinal cord.

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