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Mass fish die off and ‘burnt’ smell reported around Mayotte, source of strange seismic event that ‘shook’ the planet last November

Mass fish die off and ‘burnt’ smell reported around Mayotte, source of strange seismic event that ‘shook’ the planet last November

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A large number of dead fish have been discovered by fishermen around the French Indian Ocean island of Mayotte, which has recently had an abnormal earthquake swarm, consisting of more than 1,440 tremors with a magnitude of 3.5 on the Richter scale since May 10 last year. As well as visual observations of dead fish, including dolphins and manta rays, there have been reports of a strong “burnt” smell, which was “not bearable” that which covered “an area of ​​several kilometers,” according to a representative of fishermen as reported by 20minutes.fr.
Source: Mass fish die off and ‘burnt’ smell reported around Mayotte, source of strange seismic event that ‘shook’ the planet last November