Another mass death of goby was found in Shizuoka, close to Mt. Fuji.


150 goby was found dead in Shizuoka city.

Around 11:00 of 8/30/2012, citizens living nearby reported about 150 goby were dead in Ohhashi river .
It is in Shimizu ward, Shizuoka city. The goby was from a few cm to 15 cm, found dead for 100m along the river.
They didn’t detect anything from the brief water quality check. They are going to send the dead bodies to a laboratory to detect if harmful material is in it.

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Une autre foule de  cadavres de gobies trouvée à Shizuoka, près du Mt. Fuji.

150 cadavres de gobies ont été trouvés dans la ville de Shizuoka.

Vers 11:00 ce 30 août 2012, des gens vivant à proximité ont signalé qu’environ 150 gobies mortes dérivaient dans le fleuve Ohhashi.
C’est dans le quartier de  Shimizu, dans la ville de Shizuoka. Les gobies faisaient tout au plus 15 cm pour les plus grandes, les cadavres s’étalaient sur une centaine de mètres le long des berges.
Il n’est rien sorti de patent d’un contrôle rapide de la qualité de l’eau. Ils vont envoyer les cadavres à un laboratoire pour détecter s’ils contiennent quelque chose de dangereux.

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