Gothamist: What’s Killing Large Clusters Of Fish Along the Hudson River?

By Anastasia Galkowski  |  July 4, 2020  |  News

This summer, many park goers were sounding the alarm about a large quantity of dead fish in the Hudson River and its shore.

“The widespread deaths of Atlantic menhaden, and possibly other species, are most likely the result of prolonged heat and lack of rain, combined with other factors, which reduce levels of dissolved oxygen that the fish need to survive,” said local environmental organization Riverkeeper.

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