So, about November last year, they put out some barramundi for people to go fishing and called it a great success… (see previous post –
Now the ponds are no longer warmed by the power station, and there has been mass deaths of thousands of barramundi.
“Remarkably, a spokesman for Victoria Fisheries still described the manipulation of mother nature a success.”
I wonder how the mass fish kill has affected water quality and the local environment; and whether fishermen have been recruited to help with the clean-up process.
I can predict these animals will develop skin sores and fungal infections, and all die out before long.
Dr Richmond Loh
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