Massive Fish Death In Lake Victoria Is As A Result of Climate Change

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Michael Nyaguti, chairperson at Magnam Environmental network says that the death of the fish is as a result of extreme weather conditions that has made the waters at the surface of the lake to be extremely hot, forcing the cold water at the bottom of the lake to rise up the surface and the hot surface water to move down the lake, a process referred to as upwelling, leading to suffocation of the fish since the water lacks oxygen.

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