Miami Ocean Warning Over ‘Excessive Feces’

The Florida Department of Health in Miami-Dade County officially announced on Wednesday evening to avoid the Miami ocean due to an excessive amount of feces, according to a press release.

Beachgoers are being urged to avoid the water along a popular part of the U.S. coastline due to excessive levels of feces in the ocean.

Enterococci bacteria was discovered in water samples collected Monday and Tuesday in the northern part of Crandon Park, near Miami, Florida.

Florida Health Agency is warning people not to swim in the northern part of Crandon Park
Crandon Park is a beach area located in Key Biscayne, Florida, and is connected to Miami but is not an actual Florida ‘Key’

The park is part of an 808-acre stretch that makes up the northern part of Key Biscayne, which is connected to mainland Miami.

The Florida Health Department said on Tuesday that there was “70.5 or greater Enterococcus sp per 100 mi of marine water.”

The presence of enterococci bacteria is a direct indicator that fecal material is in the water.

Florida Department of Health in Miami-Dade County officially made the announcement to avoid the water Wednesday evening in a press release.

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