Never-before-seen bacteria kills 60,000 fish in California | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Never-before-seen bacteria kills 60,000 fish in California

Bulging eyes, erratic swimming, darkened skin and a swollen abdomen.

These are the symptoms of a mysterious new bacterial infection killing tens of thousands of fish in California right now, reports the Daily Press in Victorville.

A bacteria identified as Lactococcus garvieae, which had never been found in the state until April, has caused a mass outbreak of disease killing up to 60,000 fish at the Mojave River Hatchery in San Bernardino County.

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