New Haven Register: It appears as if humans weren’t the only ones badly stressed by the recent cold snap.
Hundreds of striped bass were found dead this week in the Blackhall River, a tributary of the Connecticut River in Old Lyme, in what state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection officials believe was a natural die-off related to the extreme cold.
Read more about the recent die-off of striped bass in the Blackhall River.
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