Cold Snap Damages Florida's Tropical Fish Industry

LAKELAND, Fla. -- Frosted oranges, strawberries encased in ice: the images of Florida's freezes are familiar, sad and earthy. But just past the crop rows here in the state's agricultural core, there swims another sizable industry that has suffered more than any other because of this year's unusually long cold snap: tropical fish.

The little guys are dying by the millions.

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