Thousands of dead fish found in a reservoir in Chiclayo, Peru
Thousands of fish were found dead the Cartagena reservoir, which is administered by the Commission of Regantes of Capote in Chiclayo (Lambayeque region). A group of farmers in the area, it was those very surprised, alerted about the regrettable fact RPP news reporters.
In the place there was the loss of freshwater species, including catfish, tilapia, orfe, life, tripon and Crappie, which are stranded on the banks, in a State of decomposition, and other floating.
In addition to this sad scenario that waters look dark and also various aquatic plants are drying, concerned even more settlers and men of the field in the area, since the reservoir is considered to be one of its most important natural heritages.
They suggest that to find the dark waters, death would be due to the bravery of industrial waste or in any case could be the impact of the heavy rain precipitation; by what demanded local authorities and Regional productive development management investigation into the case.
Meanwhile, they have chosen to open the floodgates so that they run the waters and thus avoid that species that were preserved for many years, continue to be lost.
Courtesy of rpp.pe