Mass death of fish found in Shizuoka and Akita, reason not verified yet
From 4/1/2013 to 4/2/2013, 11,000 of young sweetfish were found dead in Hamamatsu city Shizuoka. About 10,000 was found on 4/1, 1,000 was found on 4/2 in Tenryu gawa.
River and national road office of Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism in Hamamatsu is having the quality of water and dead bodies of sweetfish analyzed for detailed reason.
Additionally, a mass of fish was found dead in Yokote city in Akita prefecture on 4/1/2013 as well.
It was in Ohnuma lake. The health and environment center of the prefecture analyzed the water but nothing was found to cause the mass death of fish.
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Entre le 1er et le 2 avril 2013 , 11 000 alevins de ayus (Plecoglossus altivelis) ont été retrouvés morts dans la ville d’Hamamatsu de la préfecture de Shizuoka. On en a trouvé environ 10 000 le 1er avril, 1 000 le 2 à Tenryu gawa.
Le bureau des Fleuves et des Voies Nationales du Ministère du Territoire, des Infrastructures, du Transport et du Tourisme de Hamamatsu fait procéder à l’analyse de la qualité de l’eau et des cadavres de ayus pour en trouver la raison.
De plus, le 1er avril 2013, une autre masse de cadavres de poissons a été découverte dans la commune de Yokote de la préfecture d’Akita.
C’était dans le lac d’Ohnuma. Le centre de la Santé et de l’Environnement de la préfecture a analysé l’eau mais sans rien trouver pour expliquer la mort de la masse de poissons.
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