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A resident removes Sargassum in Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 15, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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Residents remove Sargassum in Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 15, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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Residents remove Sargassum in Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 15, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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Residents remove Sargassum in Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 15, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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Residents remove Sargassum in Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 15, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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Residents remove Sargassum in Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 15, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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A resident removes Sargassum in Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 15, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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Residents remove Sargassum in Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 15, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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Residents remove Sargassum in Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 15, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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A tourist is seen at the beach in Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 15, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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Tourists walk amid Sargassum in Tulum, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 16, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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Tourists walk amid Sargassum in Tulum, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 16, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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Tourists walk amid Sargassum in Tulum, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 16, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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A tourists walks amid Sargassum in Tulum, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 16, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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Tourists walk amid Sargassum in Tulum, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 16, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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Tourists are seen amid Sargassum in Tulum, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 16, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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View of Sargassum in Tulum, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 16, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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People remain in the beach next to Sargassum in Cancun, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 14, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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People remain in the beach next to Sargassum in Cancun, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 14, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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People remain in the beach next to Sargassum in Cancun, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 14, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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People remain in the beach next to Sargassum in Cancun, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 14, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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View of Sargassum in Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 15, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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View of a containment barrier to try to keep Sargassum away from the beach of a luxury hotel in Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 15, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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View of a containment barrier to try to keep Sargassum away from the beach of a luxury hotel in Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 15, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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A worker removes Sargassum from the beach of a luxury hotel in Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 15, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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Workers remove Sargassum from the beach of a luxury hotel in Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 15, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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View of Sargassum at the beach of a luxury hotel in Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 15, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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Aerial view of a containment barrier to try to keep Sargassum away from the beach of a luxury hotel in Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 15, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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Aerial view of a containment barrier to try to keep Sargassum away from the beach of a luxury hotel in Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 15, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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Aerial view of residents removing Sargassum in Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 15, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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Aerial view of residents removing Sargassum in Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 15, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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Aerial view of residents removing Sargassum in Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 15, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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Aerial view of residents removing Sargassum in Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 15, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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Residents remove Sargassum in Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 15, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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Workers remove Sargassum from the beach of a luxury hotel in Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 15, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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Aerial view of residents removing Sargassum in Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on May 15, 2019. - Worried about the increase in the arrival of Sargassum at the Caribbean beaches, scientists, hotel owners and government officials are trying to find ways to get rid of it. Tons of this seaweed are upsetting tourists as locals work around the clock to remove them from the beaches. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)
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