Marine biologist explains possible cause for thousands of dead fish in New Jersey

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Hundreds of thousands of dead fish flooded a marina in Keansburg, New Jersey. Because of the amount of fish many boats' engines are encased with fish, making them unable to move. But what's reason behind so many dead fish?

Director of Marine of Biology at Montclair State University Dr. Paul Bologna talked more about why these fish have died and what it means for our ecosystem.

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