104 TONS of dead fish wash ashore along the coast of Montevideo, UraguaySources indicate that over 104 Tons of dead fish has washed ashore along the coast of Montevideo, Uraguay. The Municipality of Montevideo (IMM) completed the cleanup on the coast after the appearance of dead fish on Wednesday. In Canelones, tasks continue during the day and so far collected 95 tons lead. It is the fish known as menhaden, whose scientific name is Brevoortia Pectinata. The director of the IMM Environmental Development, Juan Canessa, told The Observer that are not programmed new cleanings, “unless more fish appear”. On the other hand, the director of the National Directorate of Aquatic Resources (Dinara), Daniel Giraldoni said that they are investigating the causes and that none of the hypotheses discarded. One of the strongest is that it would discard that made fishing vessels of this species, others, however, point to contamination or a physical change in water conditions. FULL REPORT