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Thousands of farmed fish dead after snowstorm slams Greece

A lagoon in northwestern Greece is filled with the carcasses of farmed fish who died following a heavy snowstorm that slammed the country this week. 

The farmers say at least 50 tonnes of fish were destroyed because of the rapid change in weather.

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