The beaches of France are flooded with deadly mucus with what experts say has the potential to kill sunbathing within seconds.
Fears have intensified and six beaches have been closed this summer in Brittany as "slime slime" has taken over the holiday destination. that large amounts of green algae on the beaches can "kill you in seconds."  Buy toxic algae have covered the north coast near St. Briek due to excessive fertilization of nearby fields flowing into the ocean, according to news reports.
Sludge that releases toxic hydrogen sulphide gas This can lead to loss of consciousness and cardiac arrest, washed ashore for decades, but environmentalists say the problem has worsened this summer because of "extremely" weather, according to France 24 .
"The influx of green algae started very early, there were few storms, and June was a relatively humid month, leading to more water from rural areas and thus more green algae," a spokesman for the Saint ̵
At least two people and dozens of animals have died from inhalation of toxic fumes in the area, although some warn cases do not reveal the full extent.
"About 20 people die ashore every year, often swept away by tides, but the question is: Can some of these people be flushed out by toxic seaweed gas before being swept away? The state has not thrown full light on all these issues, "says Ince Leroux, who wrote an investigative comic strip about the Guardian scandal.