Why Australia is evacuating fish
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Evacuating Australia's drought-affected fish

In early 2019, up to a million fish died in Australia's Darling River after drought and extreme weather.

Authorities are now painstakingly trying to relocate as many fish as they can, as another summer approaches.

Video edited by Frances Mao.

  • 04 Oct 2019
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