Hundreds of dead fish found in Santa Pola, Spain

Fish Kill Alert

Hundreds of fish have appeared this morning dead in Santa Pola. A Red Cross volunteer today gave the warning to the Nature Protection Service of the Civil Guard (Seprona) after being on the shore of the beach of La Gola and near the mouth of the Vinalopó River with the accumulated specimens.

The volunteer, from the group of maritime rescue and nature of the Red Cross, Sócrates Fernández, has given the alarm to the Civil Guard, around 10.30 am, when encountering the fish, already in an advanced state of decomposition. Apparently it is mullets.

“In the area of ​​the mouth closest to the beach I was able to count more than 300 fish, but in the innermost part of the river there were thousands,” said the volunteer.

Courtesy of diarioinformacion.com

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