The crazy heatwave in Canada killed 1 billion sea creatures

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Recorded in Canada hundreds of deaths people due to the heatwave that hit the country, but significant losses were also recorded in marine life.

In particular, it is estimated that more than 1 billion sea creatures were found dead.

A typical example is Kitsilano Beach in Vancouver, where the strong stench revealed a shore full of dead mussels, starfish and many more sea creatures.

Recorded in Canada record temperatures reached 50 degrees Celsius (49.6 on June 29), with Chris Harley of British Columbia University reporting to CBS that sea creatures can withstand 40 degrees for a limited time.

The death of these creatures will also have an impact on water quality Canada in the future, as most will filter out pollutants from the water.

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