Fish life goes on despite black water kill

Chris Luck, Craig Alison, Kira King, Maree Luck, Jude Aiken, Justin Cutajar of Hydrobiology and Kevvie Collins on the electrofishing boat.Chris Luck, Craig Alison, Kira King, Maree Luck, Jude Aiken, Justin Cutajar of Hydrobiology and Kevvie Collins on the electrofishing boat.

BIOLOGISTS this week caught and released three big Murray cod in the Ward river, seven weeks after a black-water flush killed more than 80 big fish. A Hydrobiology team logged cod ...

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