Hundreds Of Thousands Of Fish Killed After Rain Washes Bushfire Ash Into Macleay River, Australia

Hundreds Of Thousands Of Fish Killed After Rain Washes Bushfire Ash Into Macleay River, Australia

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Strange Sounds

Jan 16, 2020 0

Thousands of fish have been killed after rain washed bushfire ash into the Macleay River on the NSW Mid-North coast in Australia.

Ash caused “rapid drops” of oxygen levels in the river.

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We were so thrilled to learn that good rain has started to fall over Australia today, but now, the first side-effects are showing up. A mass fish kill occurred in a 60-70km stretch of the Macleay River near Bellbrook, north-west of Kempsey, NSW.

https://strangesounds.org/2020/01/hundreds-of-thousands-of-fish-killed-after-rain-washes-bushfire-ash-into-macleay-river-australia.html