German City Scrambles To Save Lake Fish Stock Killed By Europe Heatwave

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MUNSTER, Germany

Authorities in the German city of Munster have been pumping 3.5 million liters of water into Lake Aasee every hour in an effort to save remaining fish stock after more than 20 tons of fish were found dead ealier this week as a result of Europe's heatwave.

Mass fish deaths have been seen in other parts of Europe in recent weeks, including tons of carcasses in the river Rhine.