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Hot weather kills thousands of fish

7 August 2013 Last updated at 07:59 BST

Tens of thousands of fish died in rivers and lakes during the recent heat wave.

The Environment Agency says last month's hot weather and low rainfall caused a drop in the water's natural oxygen levels.

Efforts are now underway to improve conditions.

David Gregory-Kumar reports.

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