Mysterious deaths of people in Devil’s gorge explained by algae bloom

Recently in California, three people and a dog died under mysterious circumstances. American scientists conducted a study and found that the cause of death of tourists was flowering algae.

On a trail in California’s Sierra National Forest called Devil’s Gorge, rangers found the bodies of a family of three and their dog. The authorities were unable to explain what had happened. Scientists from the University of Arizona conducted a study and found out the cause of their death. Blooming algae are to blame for everything.

“I’ve worked in various positions, but I’ve never seen such a death,” the county sheriff told the press.

It turns out that the family could have been exposed to a poison more dangerous than nerve gas – toxic algae. Experts from the University of Arizona claim that the CIA is using it in pills to self-destruct agents who have been captured by the enemy. Earlier, a massive bloom of toxic algae led to the evacuation of several cities on the Italian coast, and also caused the mass death of African elephants, scientists said.

Last month, representatives of the Sierra National Forest announced that they had found “a high concentration of algal blooms” in the Merced River.

As noted by Taylor Weiss, assistant professor at the University of Arizona, algal blooms and toxins are a natural process. Problems begin when there are too many algae (and thus toxins).

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Alexandr Ivanov earned his Licentiate Engineer in Systems and Computer Engineering from the Free International University of Moldova. Since 2013, Alexandr has been working as a freelance web programmer.
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