Panaji: Shoals of dead fish wash ashore at Miramar


Daijiworld Media Network – Panaji (MS)

Panaji, Oct 16: Visitors of the tourist state were mystified as they saw shoals of dead fish washed ashore at Miramar beach.

According to Joe D’Souza, retired scientist and social activist this phenomenon occurred due to the food chain getting affected from internal or external pollution.

D’Souza says that inland vessels like casinos and trawlers leave their sewage into the river that causes the oxygen meant for the fish eaten up by the bacteria and the fish dies because of the same. The grills of fish are clogged due to suffocation.

Mainly small fishes like Vellio, Burante etc washed ashore at Miramar beach.

  

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  • Rita, Germany

    Sun, Oct 17 2021

    Sad to see the situation in and around the world ,see,changes take place and worst is now to come Due to klimate change ,water in see is becoming warmer ,fishes dont get enough oxygen due to it.The day is not far that no fish will be in seen in see.Wehave to see that our climate change is not becoming worst than is.Have to plant trees ,dont cut existing forest or trees.save before it is too late is.

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