Seaweed blob twice the width of US heads toward Florida

Hear from a leading scientist about a massive seaweed blob twice the size of the US that's headed toward the Florida coast. Blooms of this seaweed, also known as sargassum, move toward the US every year. This year’s bloom could be the largest ever, collectively spanning more than 5,000 miles (8,047 kilometers) from the shores of Africa to the Gulf of Mexico. #CNN #News #shorts


  1. 💯💫💕 there’s tons more on way 👍👍👍👍👍👍 it’s coming

    1. @Dude 0853 your 🤣🤣🤣 💯 funny . Thanks I needed that 😌☺️🤣💕💕💕💕💕💕💯

    1. Who’ll buy it???
      Who’ll pay the deficit???
      The “problem” will come again & again & again!!!
      …(same procedure every time???)

    2. Knowing Florida, they will put it on busses and send to Chicago or the vice-president’s house!

  2. It’s a good fertilizer and soil conditioner. You can make cosmetics, biomass for fuel or animal or fish feed. I think it’s very valuable 💵💰

    1. ​@Arron Smithmeh. Nothing wrong with a bit of arsenic. Put it in face powder like the old days for that lovely pale glow of perfection!

    1. Oh I see you want to do to him JUST as he’s doing to you, as you would do to him ANYWAY if he didn’t do to you.

  3. Seaweed has been used for thousands of years by the people of my homeland of Ireland as nutrition for the soil.

  4. This can be used to make iodine and other meds. Kelp is also a food source. This may not be as much of a bad thing. Time to harvest.

  5. Here’s the question, Is this normal for seaweed to be this big, and if not does this point to a serious problem with our world oceans?

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