Texas Fish mass die-off: Thousands of dead fish wash ashore along Gulf Coast – More to come…

Thousands of dead fish wash ashore along Texas Gulf Coast
Thousands of dead fish wash ashore along Texas Gulf Coast

A couple walking along a Texas beach came across a sea of shock Friday morning after finding thousands of dead fish washed up along the shore.

Cleanup efforts at Quintana Beach in Brazoria County, TX have been under way since the event began on Friday, when the temperature there hit 92 degrees Fahrenheit.

Investigators have determined the fish kill was “caused by a low dissolved oxygen event,” per a statement from the Texas Parks.

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“The species most impacted was Gulf menhaden. Fish kills like this are common in the summer when temperatures increase. If there isn’t enough oxygen in the water, fish can’t ‘breathe.’ Low dissolved oxygen in many cases is a natural occurrence.”

“Gulf menhaden have the largest fishery yield in the Gulf of Mexico and support the second largest fishery by weight in the United States,” according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

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The Gulf waters are unusually warm for this time of year, but the most anomalously warm waters are in the main development region of the Atlantic and the northeast Atlantic. So this could lead to more of those massive mass die-offs…

What a stench… High tides over the next couple of days should sift the rest of the fish down into the sand and bury them. [Axios]

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