Up to 20,000 dead fish, other animals washed up on Nova Scotia coast

Up to 20,000 dead fish, other animals washed up on Nova Scotia coast


Nova Scotia coast. Photo source: ©© Jean-François Gaudet

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The carcasses of thousands of sea creatures have mysteriously washed up on the western coast of Nova Scotia.

As many as 20,000 fish, lobsters, starfish, scallops, crabs and other animals have turned up dead at Savory Park, Canadian authorities said. And they have no idea why…

Read Full Article; CNN (12-30-2016)

Mystery of hundreds of thousands of dead fish on Cornish beach solved, UK; Guardian UK (12-19-2016)

The World’s Tuna and Mackerel Populations Are in a “Catastrophic” Decline, Quartz (09-17-2015)

One of the World’s Biggest Fisheries Is on the Verge of Collapse; National Geographic (08-29-2016)

Food Chain Collapse Predicted in World’s Oceans; Discovery News (10-12-2015)

30 percent of global fish catch is unreported, study finds, Science Daily (01-20-2016)

Nearly Half of U.S. Seafood Supply is Wasted, Study Shows, Science Daily (09-25-2015)
As much as 47 percent of the edible US seafood supply is lost each year, mainly from consumer waste, new research suggests…

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