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Polish firefighters set up a floating damm to catch dead fish from the river Oder, on August 16, 2022, in Gryfino near Szczecin, Poland. - Polish firefighters said on August 16, 2022 they had recovered 100 tonnes of dead fish from the Oder river running through Germany and Poland, deepening concerns of an environmental disaster, as the cause of death is uncertain. The first reports of mass fish deaths were made by Polish locals and anglers as early as July 28. (Photo by Marcin BIELECKI / AFP)
2022-08-16
MARCIN BIELECKI/AFP/East News
AFP
MARCIN BIELECKI
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