NBC 2: The Gulf could see one of the largest dead zones in history this year

This dead zone off Louisiana is connected to runoff from one of the largest rivers in the world, the Mississippi. Thousands of acres of farms have flooded this year because of what NOAA calls "the abnormally high amount of spring rainfall." That means there is a lot more water from those fields going straight into the river, which empties into the Gulf.

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