The sight of so many dead fish on the shoreline near The Oasis at Kallang surprised STOMPer Ricky. He says that these fish are Tilapia, a species that is normally very resistant to pollution.
Here's what the STOMPer had to say:
"I was watching the sunset today (July 1) at about 7:00 pm near The Oasis in Kallang.
"I spotted so many dead fish washed up along the shore there. This is not normal.
"The fish are Tilapia, which are usually very strong fish that do not die easily. This means that the water must be very polluted in order to kill them.
"I hope the relevant authorities will look into the matter soon."
Marine life destoyed by massive pollution at Kranji Reservoir
Api Api River is now too polluted for fishing
Dead fish at Kranji beach: Poisoned by polluted waters?
Related posts: Why so many dead fish in Rochor River? (10th February 2009)
Dead fish clog this waterway near Toa Payoh flyover (29th January 2009)
I wonder if other forms of aquatic life are dying off as well, or if only tilapia (Oreochromis spp.) are being affected.