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Hot weather prompts warning about blue-green algae

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ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota's extended stretch of hot weather has prompted a warning about toxic blue-green algae.

The algae gathers on the surface of the water and is known to kill dogs if they drink enough of it. It can also cause rashes and respiratory problems for people.

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