One year ago: An unknown disease struck Australian groupers

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SYDNEY, April 9, 2010. / Correspondent. ITAR-TASS Dmitry Reshetilov /. Unknown disease struck Australian groupers, which are also called sea bass. Carcasses of giant fish, reaching a length of 1.7 m, literally strewn northern coast of Queensland from Cairns to the Daintree.

According to the spokesman of the Ministry of Fisheries Queensland Jeremy Thompson, the researchers are not yet able to determine what caused the mass death of fish. According to one of the basic versions, groupers die from sepsis caused by a bacterial infection, the origin of which remains a mystery.

"The infected fish may show bacteriological examination

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