Des poissons morts par milliers, à la dérive, ou échoués . Tous auraient suffoqué suite aux températures très chaudes en Alaska , cause de réchauffement climatique …
Alors que l’Alaska avait récemment enregistré des températures record, de nombreuses personnes ont affirmé que la chaleur était insupportable.
Pour le saumon de la rivière Kuskokwim, c’était en réalité vrai. Les températures jamais observées auparavant dans la rivière Kuskokwim ont probablement provoqué la mort de centaines de saumons.
CZ:Neskutečně teplé a slunečné léto na Aljašce má bohužel i odvrácenou tvář. Takto dopadli lososi po vjezdu do Tutka lagun. Uhynuli ještě před vytřením v plné síle…😥 Video od kamaráda z Myway alaska. ENG:Unfortunately, the incredibly warm and sunny summer in Alaska has a dark face. This is how salmon died after the entering to Tutka Lagoon in Kachemak Bay State Park near Homer. Those are prespawn salmon – they are not spawned out. They all died before they released to eggs, so no offspring 😥Thank you for sharing!https://www.facebook.com/mywayalaska/ EDITPlease, read!Explanation of COOK INLET ASSOCIATION:Many of you have seen a video showing dead pink salmon in Tutka Bay posted by My Way Alaska on August 10, 2019. We want to take this opportunity to explain what you are viewing. To cover operational costs for the hatchery programs, CIAA develops cost recovery harvest plans for areas where hatchery raised fish will be returning, including Tutka Bay Lagoon in Kachemak Bay. Through a public bidding process, CIAA licenses the cost recovery operation to processors, who in turn contract for the catcher vessel (a seiner) to harvest the fish. Once the fish are harvested, they are taken straight to the processor. These fish are not used for hatchery broodstock. On June July 28, the cost recovery seiner was fishing in Tutka Bay Lagoon. It had a purse seine full of pink salmon when the bottom of the net snagged on something and ripped. Unfortunately, the fish were released and a number of them died in the process. We estimate that approximately 700–1,200 fish were lost. Accidents like this do sometimes happen to commercial fishing vessels, and we are sorry for any confusion it has caused. Please share.MYWAY ALASKA comment:Thank you very much to Cook Inlet Association for explanation. We've asked many people and organization here in Alaska without acceptable explanation. Finally, we know what happened in Tutka Lagoon. The date is correct, we recorded this video on July 28th in the evening.But we think it's important to say, the situation was more serious than mentioned – there were much more death salmon in the water, maybe few thousand – all the way from the Tutka Lagoon to the Tutka Bay. It was like from Scary Movie. This is only 15 seconds video…To use this video in a commercial player or broadcast, or for news media usage, please contact email@example.com
Publiée par Aleš Richter sur Mardi 6 août 2019