The bodies of thousands of marine creatures are mysteriously dumped on the West coast of Nova Scotia, Canada.
About 20 thousand fish, lobster, starfish, scallops, crabs, and other animals ended up dead in a Savory Park, announced by the canadian authorities. And they don't have the slightest idea why.
Environmental officials test the water for pesticides and oxygen levels. As a precaution, they warn consumers to buy seafood only from authorized suppliers.
"Dead fish were found on the shore, should not be collected by people," said a Twitter Dept. of fisheries and oceans. "Consumers need to purchase seafood only from licensed sellers."
This year, mass deaths of fish were also registered in Florida and at a lake in Haikou, China.
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