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Monstrous red tide bloom moves in on Florida

A monstrous red tide bloom, the largest seen in Florida since 2006 is advancing on the state's beaches. It has already killed thousands of fish in the Gulf of Mexico, and officials are now concerned about health risks if it washes ashore.

Blazing heat harming fish in the U.S. Midwest

In several areas of the U.S. Midwest, the scorching temperatures and drought-like conditions have been contributing to the deaths of fish.

Tons of Philippine freshwater fish killed due to lack of oxygen

More than 500 tons of freshwater fish including milk fish and tilapia have drowned in commercial fish cages in Talisay, Batangas and Bolinao, Pangasinan in Luzon Island, Philippines, according to the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR)

Thousands of fish found dead in Florida, 200 dead birds in Texas

The mysterious spate of mass fish and bird deaths continues as the latest two separate incidents see thousands of fish floating in a warm creek in Florida and 200 birds strewn across a bridge in Texas.

Massive fish kill reported in Chesapeake Bay

Baltimore - The Maryland Department of the Environment is investigating the deaths of tens of thousands of small fish that have died in the Chesapeake Bay in the past week.

Op-Ed: BP and the mask of death

A series of recent events along the US Gulf coast have many residents wondering just how far the tentacles of BP reach and what force those tentacles use in attempts at releasing information showing the severity of BP’s assault on the environment.

‘Extremely large fish kill’ in Louisiana’s Bayou Chaland

Plaquemine - An “extremely large fish kill” was discovered on Friday in Bayou Chaland, just west of the Mississippi River in Louisiana, causing alarm and questions from Plaquemines Parish officials.

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The discharge from Lake Okeechobee is decreasing  but the harmful pollutants will continue to impact...
The discharge from Lake Okeechobee is decreasing, but the harmful pollutants will continue to impact the environment for months.
The fish loss from the volcanic eruption in Chile in April 2015 was serious.
The fish loss from the volcanic eruption in Chile in April 2015 was serious.
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