Green algae attacked the coast of China

Chinese beach on the shores of the Yellow Sea have been invaded by a huge number of green algae. We have already published a photo of the day on this topic. Now we offer you to see some more shots from the event.

Green algae attacked the coast of China

The beach has turned into a marsh, and locals come to swim in the thick green undergrowth. The shore in shallow water on the water you can walk - was so dense carpet of algae.

Green algae attacked the coast of China

To get rid of algae, local residents can help in clearing the fishermen, divers and the military.

Green algae attacked the coast of China

The beaches are not suitable for normal rest - all packed with tons of shore algae. But locals do not despair, put on diving suits and more

Green algae attacked the coast of China

Strange, but even the kids swim as if nothing had happened ...

Green algae attacked the coast of China

The total area of ​​green algae beds in the Yellow Sea exceeding 410 square kilometers.

Green algae attacked the coast of China

This phenomenon occurs for the third time in five years and the locals have become accustomed to such an event, and calmly continued to live an ordinary life.

Green algae attacked the coast of China

Do ecologists have suggested that this problem is common to blame the pollution in China.

Green algae attacked the coast of China

By themselves, the algae are not toxic, but because of its huge number of them are destroying the marine ecosystem as consume large amounts of oxygen, dramatically reducing the number of other marine organisms.

Green algae attacked the coast of China

In 2008 the abundance of marine algae threatening the Olympic events in the waters off Qingdao. They made it difficult to conduct sailing races, as dense and heavy algae were wound on the screws and impede the movement of yachts.

Green algae attacked the coast of China

Copious amounts of algae in this year had a negative impact on the development of tourism and sea travel. This problem is compounded over time, the fact that tons of seaweed on the beaches begin to rot and release hydrogen sulfide.