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A pod of blue whales – a rarity worldwide – was spotted in Santa Monica Bay Monday about a mile offshore.
Three weeks after a huge fish die-off in Southern California, officials have a fish count but still can’t say what drove 175 tons of sardines into a marina.
The massive fish die-off in a King Harbor is benefiting a Mojave Desert composting firm that is recycling the stinking haul for use as fertilizer.
Cleaning crews on Sunday finished removing millions of fish found floating dead in a Southern California marina, five days after the slimy, stinking mass of sardines was discovered.
A natural disaster became a man-made disaster Friday when thousands of dead sardines that perished in a huge, unexplained die-off spilled onto a Southern California freeway as they were being hauled to a composting center.
It could take a week — and the smell could get pretty bad — before crews manage to scoop and vacuum up tons of dead sardines from a Southern California marina.
Many of those millions of dead fish that floated into King Harbor Monday night are destined for a compost heap, according to authorities.
Heal the Bay is looking for volunteers to help clean up the massive fish kill fouling Redondo Beach’s King Harbor.
Cleanup crews are scheduled to return Wednesday to the site where millions of small fish, primarily sardines, were found dead at Redondo Beach’s King Harbor.
Millions of dead fish, believed to be anchovies, were found dead in Redondo Beach’s King Harbor Tuesday morning.