A thick blanket of sargassum seaweed is currently resting along the shore of Anegada.
The seaweed washed up during Hurricane Dorian brought no major reported damage to the sister island.
Based on video footage sent to our news centre Thursday morning, the sargassum that has washed up spans for miles.
The seaweed appears to be especially saturated at the main dock on the sister island.
Representative of the Ninth District where Anegada is located, Vincent Wheatley, told BVI News that the sargassum is on the western side of the island.
A decision is yet to be made on how the seaweed will be cleared.
Sargassum, a brown foul-smelling seaweed, is a marine alga that originates from the Sargasso Sea, which is a region in the Gyre of the North Atlantic Ocean.
Though being the cause of a number of challenges throughout the BVI, experts have said sargassum on beaches or marinas will not be harmful unless they are exposed to the gasses for a prolonged period. This may result in eye irritation and potential of respiratory issues.
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