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Toxic substance likely to blame for mass fish die-off in Polish-German river, officials say

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10 tons of dead fish have been found in the river Oder on the border between Germany and Poland, with officials from both countries saying an unknown toxic substance is likely to blame. While scientists work to determine the possible toxin, climate experts say that low oxygen levels in the water due to drought could also be playing a role.