What killed tons of fish in European river? Mystery deepens


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What killed tons of fish in European river? Mystery deepens:

'Lab detected high levels of salinity but no mercury poisoning in waters'. Unbelievable.

Where does the salinity originate?

Apart from mercury, are there other toxic chemicals?

Lack of oxygen?

Fish don't die easily..

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Lack of oxygen in the water.

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Lack of oxygen?

I read on the BBC that test results were showing increased levels of oxygen in the water. But few details, so I guess we'll have to wait for more information.

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Apart from chemicals, there is oxyen, water temperature and bacteria or natural toxins from algae species. I;m sure they will find the cause. But I do think it's jumping the gun to automatically blame it on a chemical spill without some evidence.

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