Millions of fish dying in Salton Sea
Friday, August 4, 2006
Bryan Brinegar is part of the crew wading into the smelly mess to scoop dead fish into barrels. He says there are dead fish in the entire sea. The water near the harbor has so many fish carcasses, it almost appears to be solid sand covered ground.
Salton Sea fish die-offs are the result of natural biological and chemical reactions that sap oxygen from the ecologically troubled lake.
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