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South Australian fish die off

Devastatingly millions of dead fish have washed up along kilometres of the Darling River after extreme heat and flooding in South Australia that experts believe caused low oxygen levels in the river making it unliveable for fish species.

Experts on site estimate that 85% of the dead fish were native species such as Bony Bream and Golden Perch, with the rest consisting of non-native types such as carp.

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