A mass die-off of fish in the south-east of Spain has shocked local residents and environmentalists.
The local government has blamed recent hot weather for the deaths of the fish in the Mar Menor, south of Murcia, but scientists say pollution from local farming has degraded the water quality.
Reports in the Spanish media say the central government is considering a request to declare the Mar Menor – which used to be a magnet for tourism – a disaster area.
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