This photo shows a large number of dead fish in the famous Darling Baka River, which flows near the western city of Australia. Photo: AP
Melbourne, Australia: In Australia, after tens of millions of fish died from a heat wave, they washed up on the surface and banks of the river, which has been investigated.
However, it has become impossible to stop there due to the smell of these fishes. These fish have died in the famous Darling Baka River, which flows near the western city of Australia. According to preliminary research, severe heat wave and lack of oxygen are being attributed to this. The river passes by Menindi, a town now littered with cod carcasses. The most alarming thing is that the water of this river is supplied to a large number of houses.
According to experts, there was a flood in the river and its water receding has also caused fish deaths. However, due to the extreme heat, the oxygen in the river has decreased and this tragedy has occurred. The police and other agencies have started a campaign to clean the fish.
Thousands of fish have died in the same river at the end of last month.