According to the Christian Science Monitor, officials are puzzled about the death of tens of thousands of sheepshead and catfish, among other species.
Since there’s no evidence of a spill or pollution in the 25-mile stretch of shoreline between Windsor and London where the fish are washing up, Ministry officials are guessing that a process known as “inversion,” is the likely culprit. Inversion occurs when water cools quickly, changing oxygen levels, and potentially suffocating fish. – Rick Bach
Via: Field & Stream