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Thousands of fish found dead in Curdies River due to toxic algal bloom and deteriorating water quality

Ben Silvester
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By Ben Silvester, and Jessica Greenan
Updated April 6 2022 - 7:37am, first published 7:29am
Commercial eel fisherman Zac Taylor shows scale of fish kill along a section of the Curdies River
TOXIC: Thousands of dead fish have been found in Curdies River due to a toxic algal bloom and deteriorating water quality.

Thousands of fish have died in the Curdies River in the Peterborough Coastal Reserve after a toxic algal bloom combined with deteriorating water quality.

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Ben Silvester

Ben Silvester

Journalist

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Jessica Greenan

Journalist

Journalist at The Warrnambool Standard. Send me news tips at jess.greenan@austcommunitymedia.com.au or call 0456 901 194