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  1. Rob Asay, 53, and Amy Fetherston, 50, both of The Villages, walk past dozens of dead fish scattered along the beach at Honeymoon Island State Park on Wednesday in Dunedin. Contractors started removing dead fish while Red Tide continued moving north along the Pinellas coast, with concentrations being detected off Clearwater Beach and Honeymoon Island.
  2. A southbound view of Southwest 157th Avenue running next to the Bird Basin Park, the planned route of the State Road 836 extension, whose proposed name is the Kendall Parkway. An administrative judge ruled against the project on March 30, 2020. PEDRO PORTAL PPORTAL@MIAMIHERALD.COM
  3. ZooTampa reported a supersaturation event killed its stingrays. All 12 stingrays housed at ZooTampa at Lowry Park were found dead in their tank on May 27.
  4. Capt. Michael Anderson of Reel Animals charter fishing spots dolphins swimming Thursday near the new Tierra Verde Bridge in St. Petersburg. No dolphins were killed in the demolition of the old drawbridge May 18, state officials said, but Anderson said hundreds of fish died.
  5. Treasure Island Beach Ambassador Carrie Auerbach sits in a hole found on the beach. She said the holes have become larger and more frequent this year, but it's unclear why.
  6. A fishing boat zips past a trio of sailboats as a recent sunset as it settles over the Dunedin Channel on the intracoastal waterway off Dunedin.
  7. A humpback whale like this one tried to swallow a commercial lobster diver in Maine before surfacing and pitting him out.
  8. Dead fish lie on the sand at Indian Shores on Thursday.
  9. Alake, a 20-year-old southern white rhino, gave birth days ago to a female calf at ZooTampa at Lowry Park, according to zoo officials. This is the eighth birth of the species at ZooTampa. The baby rhino has not yet been named.
  10. This January 2010 photo provided by Ian Joughin shows the area near the grounding line of the Pine Island Glacier along its west side in Antarctica. According to a study published in the Friday, June 11, 2021 issue of Science Advances, the critical Antarctic glacier is looking more vulnerable as satellite images show the ice shelf that blocks it from collapsing into the sea is breaking up much faster than before and spawning huge icebergs.
  11. Dead fish lie on the sand at Indian Shores Beach in St. Petersburg on Thursday.
  12. Orange buds growing in a citrus grove in Florida. A panel of the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia decided this week to overturn federal approval of the aldicarb pesticide in the production of Florida oranges and grapefruit.
  13. A dead fish is seen on the beach at Indian Shores after reports that Red Tide was found in water samples taken along the Pinellas County coast, according to state officials.
  14. After all 12 of its stingrays died on May 27, ZooTampa is sending tissue and water test samples to a lab in Germany and hiring two aquatic experts to investigate.
  15. Owner Brian Rosegger pulls himself and his boat closer to a line of floating bags to harvest oysters at the Lost Coast Oyster Company farm in Tampa Bay in August 2020.
  16.  Intersection where State Road 56 ends eastward at U.S. 301, pictured on Friday, June 4, 2021 in Zephyrhills.
  17. The black bear at Philippe Park was spotted in several residential areas over the weekend, police said.
  18. In this Dec. 30, 2010 photo provided by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, a female North Atlantic right whale Catalog #3911 is entangled in fishing gear. By February 2011, she was dead. A study published by the journal Current Biology on Thursday, June 3, 2021, says the hulking giants of the deep, the North Atlantic right whales, are about three feet smaller than they were just 20 years ago.
  19. Port Manatee, as seen from Piney Point Road, near where polluted water was discharged earlier this spring.
  20. The younger generation of critically endangered North Atlantic right whales are on average about three feet shorter than whales were 20 years ago.
  21. Republic Services is one of three companies selected Thursday to provide trash pick-up service to Hillsborough residents. The new franchise agreements begin next year.
  22. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Vice Chair Mike Sole, "Alligator" Ron Bergeron, Gov. Ron DeSantis and Commission Chair Rodney Barreto announce the annual python hunt in the Everglades, which will start in July.
  23. The black bear seen at Philippe Park was also spotted in several residential areas over the weekend, police said.
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