The Lopes Mendes Beach is considered the 8th most beautiful of the world, and 2nd most beautiful in Brazil.
But on Monday, April 11, 2016, this idyllic place turned into a horror scenario as thousands of swordfish were found dead on the beach sands.
The killing was first attributed to water pollution.
As many of the swordfish had a broken neck, officials however say that the probable cause of this dead fish appearing on this paradisiac beach is overfishing.
The fish were first killed and then thrown back to the water.
These unscupulous fishermen just crap the bottom of our seas and then decide to throw away fish species that aren’t rentable for their business.
No economic value = no food? What the heck!
A nightnmare for tourists in any cases!