Sea in Florida reached 101 degrees
Florida's sea temperature hit 101 degrees Fahrenheit last week, breaking a record.
This is a concerning event as it indicates that the world's oceans are continuing to warm due to climate change.
The warming of the oceans has significant implications for marine life, including coral reefs and fish populations.
It also has implications for weather patterns and sea level rise.
The warming of the oceans is caused by human activities, primarily the burning of fossil fuels.
To address this issue, we need to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions and transition to renewable energy sources.
Individual actions, such as reducing meat consumption and using public transportation, can also make a difference.