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Millions of Fish Die in Redondo Beach

"There’s basically fish everywhere you go in the harbor," the harbor's assistant manager, Jason McMullin, told the LA Times.  Full story here.

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Fish lie dead in the harbor area of Redondo Beach, south of Los Angeles, California March 8. Millions of fish washed up dead early on Tuesday, puzzling authorities and triggering a cleanup effort.

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A boy looks at fish lying dead in the harbor.

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People look at fish lying dead in the harbor.

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Annette Burch gathers up dead fish in the King Harbor area of Redondo Beach.

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Dead fish are scooped up and placed into a trash bin by Redondo Beach city workers.

Lucy Nicholson / Reuters

Coastguard workers arrive to clear dead fish from the harbor area of Redondo Beach.