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Strange bodies have been dumped from the sea in Australia after heavy rain

Strange bodies have been dumped from the sea in Australia after heavy rain

At the moment, professionals are also confused, they do not understand this phenomenon.

Heavy rain has hit southeastern Australia lately and beyond Strange bodies were thrown ashore by the sea in the state of New South Wales. The creatures, which shimmered in bright yellow and purple, embarrassed the inhabitants.

Experts were also impressed and shocked by this colossal appearance of the carcasses of aquatic animals, the answer to which is still searching. The colorful and rather exotic rabbits are actually specimens of a stingray called Phyllopteryx taeniolatus.

Creatures up to half a meter in length are found along the southern coast of Australia in the southeastern Indian Ocean and southwestern Pacific Ocean. The elongated seahorse-like animals are submerged to a depth of 50 meters and feed on small crabs, so they are harmless to humans.

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At the moment, it is about the connection between unusually heavy rainfall and the mass extinction of fish. It is estimated that the number of bodies found on the sandy beaches is 10 times the usual number.

“This is clearly the result of a combination of horrific weather, pollutants entering the ocean, and unusually strong ripples.”

Professor David Booth, an expert on marine life, said: Stingrays are no more than a few hundred meters from their birthplace, which is why it is surprising that such a large number of their carcasses are washed ashore.

Presumably, changing environment and climate have forced them to leave their habitats. They may then lose their ability to orient themselves in foreign terrain, and this may lead to their sudden and total destruction.

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