Hundreds of dead fish surface in northern Greece reservoir

Hundreds of dead fish in the early stages of their development have surfaced in the Lake Karla reservoir in northern Greece over the past few days, prompting authorities on Friday to conduct studies into the condition of the lake.

According to an initial report by the authority that manages the reservoir, the fish died of asphyxiation due to low oxygen levels in the water.

They said that this may be attributed to the sudden weather change rather than outside interference.