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Hundreds of Thousands of Fish Die from the Cold in Greece

frozen fish greeceCredit: meteo.gr/Illustration Greek Reporter

Hundreds of thousands of farmed fish froze to death in the Richo Lagoon of Drepano Lake in the Peloponnese after the major snowstorm hit Greece earlier this week.

The fish, which were largely seabream and white seabream, could not tolerate the frigid temperatures recorded across the country in the wake of the snowstorm “Elpis,” which paralyzed much of Greece.

On Tuesday, the dead fish began to float up to the surface of the lagoon and wash up on shore after freezing to death during the storm, which hit the country the day before.

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