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Sea saliva, which has started to spill over into the Sea of Marmara in recent months, is now on Greece’s agenda.
According to reports in the Greek newspaper Kathimerini, mucilage, also known as sea saliva, has also started to be observed on the Aegean islands.
According to the same report, mucilage began to appear around the Greek islands of Limnos and Agios Efstratios in the northeastern Aegean Sea.
It was announced that the sea saliva observed in the area is being monitored by the Fisheries Research Institute on behalf of the Ministry of the Environment.
Biologist Sotiris Orfanidis, speaking to the newspaper, pointed out that a similar situation had been experienced in April, but that the last observed situation was more intense.
Stavros Stathakis, Vice President of Lemnos Fisheries, said: “Sea saliva often occurs in the area, but usually dissipates after some time. However, this is the first time we’ve seen so many.
Greek media also pointed out that there was a decrease in fishing and tourism activities in the area due to the mucilage.
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After the mucilage was recently sighted in the Sea of Marmara, the Greek press asked the question “Has the sea shard moved from the Sea of Marmara”.
However, scientists cannot conclude as to whether sea saliva is carried by the Marmara.
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