UPDATE: Thanks to Mine who emailed us, we now know what that gross yellow gunk is! 

"Discoloration in the waves (and the lines in the beach) is usually caused by common ocean algae. In this case, due to the color it likely Cryophyte or cyanophyte."

Wow.....SCIENCE! You so smart....

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Let the beach talk continue.

Ew! eW! EWWWWWWWWW!

I am trying to bring Carolina to the beach as MUCH as possible before the "in season" arrives this Summer.

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So, of course, we took a trip to the beach yesterday because it was a gorgeous day.

Just to give you an idea how much of a maniac she is....this is Carolina mid-play session. Do you see why we go to the beach so much?

This is Carolina and her buddy Atticus...

And this is Theo who Carolina loves to race for the tennis ball....

Okay sorry....dog photos always distract me.

ANYWAYS.....

Upon arriving, I spotted something pretty disgusting in the water. It was a blot of yellow smudge....that is the best description I could give it.

As we got closer, I couldn't yelp out anything but, "EWWWWWWWWW!" because I have been counting down the days until I can go swimming again....my mermaid meter is basically empty.

But WHAT in the HECK is THIS CRAP!?'

 

If you know...let me know at Nicole.Murray@townsquaremedia.com or give a call in to 94.3 The Point at (732) 643-0943.

I have not seen anything like this before....like what in the....

Scroll to the end of the gallery because I didn't just spot this yellow gunk in our ocean!

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