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Fish Kill in the Philippines

 

Taal Lake in Talisay and Laurel in Batangas Philippines were hit by Fish kill.

Bangus and Tilapia production in the Philippines were largely affected by a massive fishkill that is estimated to reach a total of no less than 800 metric tons yesterday May 28, 2011.

The fishkill was then largely attributed to climate change that triggers the abnormal shift of temperatures within a very short time range.

Although there are some other factors that are being considered such as poisoning and sabotage but the observed sudden temperature change has the most likely acceptable explanation that the farmers would wanted to hear.

As of this writing, the farmers are hoping that the local government of the area and the Philippine Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources will join hands in helping them cope up with this tragic loss of livelihood most especially that enrollment period of their respective children will soon commence this first week of June.

 

5 Comments
  1. Very well written story. It will be useful to anybody who utilizes it, as well as myself. Keep up the good work -- i will definitely read more posts.

  2. The Philippine government should take actions about this proble. Palibhasa kasi ang mga opisyal ng gobyerno ay nagpapalaki lang ng tiyan sa kanilang mga opisina at alam naman natin na maraning corrupt sa ating bansa. Sana nga ma-aksyunan itong problema ito lalo na ng presidente natin kasi ao bang ginagawa niya??

  3. THE END IS NEAR!

  4. damaging inside the thoughts but wonderful personal habits.

  5. We must plant more trees so there will be no end of the world and actually we can just help our earth by planting segregating and many other things to help mother earth.

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