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Hurst_Spit_%2C_The_Solent_and_Salt_Marsh_-_geograph.org.uk_-_1721771.jpg?profile=RESIZE_710xNITROGEN in water is a danger to plants, animals and even humans.

It causes algae to grow quickly, which reduces levels of oxygen in water and in turn endangers seabeds, fish, crabs and other aquatic animals.

And if high levels are found in our drinking water it can also be dangerous to humans - particularly infants, as it can restrict oxygen being transported in the bloodstream.

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Portsmouth Evening News

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