And the most polluted beaches in California are...

Santa Monica Pier: the water quality results are not satisfactory | Photo: Shutterstock

Only 12 of 456 Californian beaches failed the water quality test by Heal the Bay.

The 26th annual Beach Report Card has once again assigned A-to-F letter grades to 456 Californian beaches for three reporting periods in 2015-2016, based on levels of weekly bacterial pollution.

This year's "Top 10 Beach Bummers" includes spots where harmful bacteria may cause major skin rashes, ear infections, and stomach flu. Cowell Beach, in Santa Cruz, is the worst beach for the third consecutive year.

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