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Hundreds of dead fish seen floating along Mullaitivu coastline

5 June 2017 - 323   - 1

Recently hundreds of dead fish were seen floating along the shoreline in the seas of Mullaitivu. Captured here are images taken by our correspondent.

Fishermen in the area were puzzled as to what caused hundreds of dead fish to congregate on its shores, investigations are still underway to ascertain the cause.

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  • Kevin Hester Tuesday, 13 June 2017 10:14 AM

    The marine food web is in collapse now,not long off in the future.

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