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Fish kill in Marina Del Rey raises concerns about changing ocean temps




Dead fish can be seen flooding Marina Del Rey.
Dead fish can be seen flooding Marina Del Rey.
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As workers continue to clean up a massive fish kill in Marina Del Rey, some marine biologists have pointed to hot temperatures and a changing ocean environment as a potential cause.

Tom Ford, director of Marine Programs for the Santa Monica Bay Restoration Foundation, tells Take Two that more study needs to be done before determining what's behind the Marina Del Rey incident, but with rising ocean temperatures, comes a decrease in oxygen — which could have broad implications for marine life.