Environment agency rescuing fish
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Thousands of fish rescued from drought hit river

Thousands of fish in a tributary of the River Welland are being stunned with an electric charge before being gathered up and moved to areas of deeper water.

It is part of efforts by the Environment Agency to save the fish from the drought hit river.

Mark Worthington reports from the Maxey Cut near Peterborough.

  • 26 Mar 2012
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