Japanese sardines washed up on the shore for 100m in Chiba
On 12/13/2012, countless numbers of Japanese sardines were found washed up on the shore of Shirako machi Chiba for 100m. The location is near the mouth of Nabakigawa river.
Dead Japanese sardines were overlapped in many layers. Each one of them was 20cm long.
Katsuura fishery’s agency of Chiba prefecture commented the reason is not known.
Le 13 décembre 2012, d’innombrables sardines japonaises se sont retrouvées drossées sur la plage de Shirako machi, dans Chiba, sur 100 m. L’endroit se trouve près de l’embouchure du Nabakigawa.
Les cadavres de sardines japonaises se sont empilées sur plusieurs couches. Elles faisaient 20 cm de long.
L’agence des pêches de Katsuura dit que la raison est inconnue.
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