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  • Green Algae Turns Qingdao Beach To Swamp

    Aerial view showing an algae-covered public beach in Qingdao, northeast China's Shandong province, July 4, 2013. The seas off China have been hit by their largest ever growth of algae, ocean officials said, with vast waves of green growth washing onto the shores of the Yellow Sea.
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  • Green Algae Turns Qingdao Beach To Swamp

    Chinese beachgoers walk by an algae covered public beach in Qingdao, northeast China's Shandong province, July 4, 2013. A large quantity of non-poisonous green seaweed, enteromorpha prolifera, has arrived on the coast of Qingdao and neighboring cities in Shandong province.
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  • Green Algae Turns Qingdao Beach To Swamp

    A group of Chinese beachgoers swim at an algae covered public beach in Qingdao, northeast China's Shandong province, July 4, 2013.
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  • Green Algae Turns Qingdao Beach To Swamp

    Children swim in seawater covered by a thick layer of green algae, July 3, 2013, in Qingdao, China. More than 40,000 tons of such seaweed has been removed from the city's beaches that causing damage to the tourism and aquatic farming.
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  • Green Algae Turns Qingdao Beach To Swamp

    A child plays at a beach covered by a thick layer of green algae on July 3, 2013 in Qingdao, China. A large quantity of non-poisonous green seaweed has hit the Qingdao coast in recent days.
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  • Green Algae Turns Qingdao Beach To Swamp

    Children swim in seawater covered in a thick layer of green algae, July 05, 2013, in Qingdao, China.
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  • Green Algae Turns Qingdao Beach To Swamp

    A tourist swims in seawater covered by a thick layer of green algae, July 3, 2013, in Qingdao, China. More than 20,000 tons of seaweed has been removed from the city's beaches.
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  • Green Algae Turns Qingdao Beach To Swamp

    A seaweed covered man exits the water, covered in a thick layer of green algae, July 5, 2013, in Qingdao, China. The seaweed has grown at a rapid rate due to marine ecosystem and warm weather.
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  • Green Algae Turns Qingdao Beach To Swamp

    Tourists play at a beach covered by a thick layer of green algae, July 3, 2013, in Qingdao, China. A large quantity of non-poisonous green seaweed, enteromorpha prolifera, hit the Qingdao coast in recent days.
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  • Green Algae Turns Qingdao Beach To Swamp

    Tourists play at a beach covered by a thick layer of green algae, July 3, 2013, in Qingdao, China.
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