Thousands of dead fish turn up in Cartersville park lake in Georgia, USA

Thousands of fish are dying in a man-made lake in Cartersville because of low oxygen levels, according to park officials.
 
Parks Director Gary Anderson said the problem started Wednesday at Dellinger Park. That’s when brim, catfish  and other fish began to rise to the surface. Anderson told FOX 5’s Marissa Mitchell there’s too much wildlife, including fish, ducks and geese, in and around the lake that’s causing the depletion of oxygen.
Courtesy of fox5atlanta.com
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