“Sea mucus” affects the Marmara Sea

The Turkish Sea of ​​Marmara is witnessing a condition called “sea mucus”, which is pollution in the water as a result of accumulated waste and climate change.
This situation is worrying marine biologists and environmentalists.
The “sea mucus” in Marmara reached unprecedented levels this year in Turkey, and it can be seen above the water in the form of a gray sticky layer along the shores of Istanbul and neighboring provinces.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan vowed that he would save the sea, saying that “the untreated waste being dumped in the Marmara Sea and climate change has caused the mucus to spread.”


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