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Caption: Cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) from a toxic bloom from a Welsh lake. Cyanobacteria in water can multiply rapidly when conditions are right, forming huge blooms that discolour the water. They can release cyanotoxins, which can prove fatal to animals or people who enter or ingest the water. Filmed in Wales.

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Cyanobacteria from toxic bloom, LM

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