Latest Report Shows Increased Arrival Of Sargassum In The Mexican Caribbean

In the latest environmental development, the Mexican Caribbean is once again grappling with the seasonal arrival of Sargassum, a type of seaweed that has become increasingly prominent along its pristine beaches over the past decade. A recent photo report highlights the increased arrival of the sargassum on the popular beaches of Tulum, Playa del Carmen and Cancun.

Sargassum, a brown algae, originates in the Sargasso Sea, a region in the North Atlantic Ocean bounded not by land, but by ocean currents. While it plays a crucial role in marine ecosystems, providing habitat and food for a variety of marine species, its arrival on shores in vast quantities presents

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