Hurricane Irma blew in rafts of dead seagrass into Florida Bay, which scientists worry may be feeding a growing algae bloom.
Hurricane Irma blew in rafts of dead seagrass into Florida Bay, which scientists worry may be feeding a growing algae bloom. PEDRO PORTAL pportal@miamiherald.com
Hurricane Irma blew in rafts of dead seagrass into Florida Bay, which scientists worry may be feeding a growing algae bloom. PEDRO PORTAL pportal@miamiherald.com

A pollution alarm for Everglades after Florida’s super wet year, but how bad is it?

November 10, 2017 04:32 PM

More Videos

Florida police officer wrangles a 12.5-foot long python 0:30

Florida police officer wrangles a 12.5-foot long python

Endangered Pine Rockland 1:58

Endangered Pine Rockland

In Colombia, criminal gangs threaten small gold miners 1:49

In Colombia, criminal gangs threaten small gold miners

Colombian police battle illegal gold miners 1:54

Colombian police battle illegal gold miners

History Channel announces special program on the history of global soccer 1:28

History Channel announces special program on the history of global soccer

How gold is melted 1:00

How gold is melted

Police bodycam footage shows comedian Hannibal Buress' arrest in Miami 8:55

Police bodycam footage shows comedian Hannibal Buress' arrest in Miami

Car flies into second floor of building in dramatic dashcam footage 0:27

Car flies into second floor of building in dramatic dashcam footage

Coach Adam Gase talks about the Miami Dolphins' 2017 season. 1:15

Coach Adam Gase talks about the Miami Dolphins' 2017 season.

Covered in blood, Óscar Pérez says Venezuela government will not allow his surrender 0:14

Covered in blood, Óscar Pérez says Venezuela government will not allow his surrender

  • Florida police officer wrangles a 12.5-foot long python

    Officer Joseph Cabrera, of the Pembroke Pines Police Department, responded to a call of a 12.5-foot long Burmese python seen heading towards the Chapel Trail area near US-27 and Johnson street on Thursday, January 11, 2018. Officer Cabrera was able to secure the snake and safely transport it to the police department until a licensed python remover arrived.