No one seems to know the cause of a mass fish kill along kilometres of the Cooloola Coast where thousands of carcasses are covering beaches. There were about 10 to 15 fish (about 100mm or a bit larger) a metre, at least 10,000 fish washed up on one 800m stretch alone. And there are kilometers.

After this week-end’s hail apocalypse, Australia is experiencing another traumatic event: Thousands of dead fish were reported to Department of Environment and Heritage Protection between Teewah and Double Island Point. And thousands more have been reported to The Gympie Times as lining the tide line along more than 1km at Rainbow Beach. READ MORE