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Good for South Florida’s polar bears, bad for tropical fish

Millions of dead fish float in waters of Florida

Everywhere he steered his skiff last week, Pete Frezza saw dead fish.

From Ponce de Leon Bay on the Southwest Coast down across Florida Bay to Lower Matecumbe in the Florida Keys — day after day, dead fish. Floating in the marina at Flamingo in Everglades National Park alone he counted more than 400 snook and 400 tarpon.

They died from cold, but you know, the real threat, what we should kill our economic future over, and what we should give freedom up to avoid, is a possible, unlikely, minor increase in temperature.

BTW: Why do dead fish float? Answer here.