Abnormal accumulation of fish in Acapulco, Mexico – Design You Trust

Abnormal accumulation of fish in Acapulco, Mexico

Huge shoals of sardines, anchovies and mackerel have appeared near the shore at one of the beaches in the Mexican resort town on March 11 on Friday. Fish is packed so tightly on the top, near the surface looks like an oil slick .

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