A heatwave in southeastern Australia has led to millions of dead and rotting fish washing up in the Darling River near the remote town of Menindee, according to ABC News. The mass deaths, likely caused by low oxygen levels as floods recede, have been exacerbated by fish requiring more oxygen due to the warmer weather. A killer heat wave.
Killer Heat Wave
As floodwaters recede, fish populations, including bony herring and carp, have experienced a massive die-off. This incident follows similar events in 2018 and 2019, where up to a million fish died due to poor water flow, water quality, and sudden temperature changes.
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