Thousands of dead fish appearing in various parts of Spain and Mexico

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Hundreds of fish found dead in Spain and Mexico – A strange phenomenon is common these days in Spain and Mexico. The presence of thousands of dead fish in Seville, Valencia and Veracruz. Were found in the last hours by residents in the area of the basin of La Marciega, Seville, in Lake La Devesa del Saler, in Valencia, Spain, and in the lagoon El Paraiso in Veracruz, Mexico, died in large numbers for reasons unexplained and stacked on the banks. according to experts at the origin of the death of so many fish in two different places of the world there may be a sudden change in climate, in this case a rapid change of temperature at which the fish would not be able to get used to and that would leave them without oxygen.

Another reason could be linked to the fact that the intense heat of the last days would have caused a high evaporation, leading to the death of many fish. In any case, the fish were removed from the three laghie will proceed to a thorough analysis of the water, to see if there have been poured potentially harmful substances. Also because, in the case of the lagoon of Veracruz in Mexico, is not the first time that such an episode occurs.

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