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Large number of fish die in three rivers in Assam

Source: The Times of India, Date: June , 2014

A large number of fish were reported dead due to water pollution of three major rivers Kolong, Kopili and Kiling in Morigaon district, causing concern among environmentalists. According to information received by the revenue department, arsenic poisoning from the ground water was suspected to have mixed with the rivers in spate resulting in the death of various types of fish during the last three days.

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