Strange Sea Foam Floods the Streets of Spanish Beach Town during a Terrible Storm
The holiday destination of Todda de Mar experienced a powerful winter storm named Gloria which churned out sea-foam. This strange marine foam had blown ashore engulfing the streets of the Spanish town with unusual gobs of sea foam. In light of water research sea foam is produced when water, air bubbles and a sticky molecule (surfactant) seize water and air molecules. Usually sea- foams are not dangerous to humans however the best thing is to avoid them as they may contain neurotoxins and toxins.
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