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Winemaker apparently gets wildlife drunk in NE

Gornja Radgona, 30 July - Poor wine sales brought on by the coronavirus lockdown not only affected the pockets of winemakers but at least in one case appear to be bad news for the environment as well. After fish began to die off in a stream near Gornja Radgona and other animals were seen behaving as if drunk, analysis showed high amounts of sulphur and alcohol in the water.

Gornja Radgona
Dead fish retrieved from a pond feeding from Lisjakova Struga stream after an apparent sulphur and alcohol pollution.
Photo: Marjan Maučec/STA

Gornja Radgona
Dead fish retrieved from a pond feeding from Lisjakova Struga stream after an apparent sulphur and alcohol pollution.
Photo: Marjan Maučec/STA

Gornja Radgona
Dead fish retrieved from a pond feeding from Lisjakova Struga stream after an apparent sulphur and alcohol pollution.
Photo: Marjan Maučec/STA

Gornja Radgona
Dead fish retrieved from a pond feeding from Lisjakova Struga stream after an apparent sulphur and alcohol pollution.
Photo: Marjan Maučec/STA

Gornja Radgona
Dead fish retrieved from a pond feeding from Lisjakova Struga stream after an apparent sulphur and alcohol pollution.
Photo: Marjan Maučec/STA

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