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Some of Maine’s shellfish off limits because of temporary toxin

Until further notice, certain portions of Maine’s coastline are closed to shellfish harvesting — and recently harvested clams and mussels are not to be consumed — because a naturally occurring algae is present in dangerously high levels. Maine’s Department of Marine Resources posted the so-called harvest recalls Friday after tests showed domoic acid at levels... Continue Reading
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