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Kentucky: 500,000 Asian Carp Feared Dead In Massive Fish Kill


By Chad Lampe, WKU Public Radio – “Scientists are investigating a massive fish kill in Western Kentucky. Around half-a-million Asian Carp are reported dead.

The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources says the die-off on the Cumberland River this week occurred just below the Lake Barkley Dam. Only Asian Carp were killed. Aquaculture Specialist Bob Durborow hasn’t seen anything of this magnitude in his 30 years of experience. He’s currently testing specimens.

‘Their eyes looked like they were live their gills looked they were from live fish they were a good specimen to check,’ said Durborow. ‘So, I feel confident that what we find from these fish might give us an indication of what is actually the problem.'” Read more.

  1. abundantlife
    04/30/2014 at 2:38 PM

    Reblogged this on ABUNDANT LIFE LIVING and commented:
    More massive quantities of dead fish… The Bible warned us this would happen as we neared tje time of Jesus’ second coming. Friends, are you spiritually prepared?

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  2. a12iggymom
    05/01/2014 at 10:20 AM

    Reblogged this on a12iggymom's Blog and commented:
    Hurrah!! A VERY nasty invasive fish!!

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