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‘Apocalyptic’: dead crabs litter beaches in north-east England

<p>Investigation under way into why thousands of sea creatures are washing up dead</p><p>An investigation is under way into why thousands of dead crabs and lobsters are washing up on the Tees estuary and neighbouring north-east beaches in recent weeks.</p><p>Countless crustaceans have been found, with Markse and Saltburn said to be experiencing particularly high numbers, and the first sightings reported in early October in Seaton Carew, Redcar and farther north in Seaham.</p> <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2021/oct/29/apocalyptic-dead-crabs-litter-beaches-north-east-england">Continue reading...</a>

Investigation under way into why thousands of sea creatures are washing up dead

An investigation is under way into why thousands of dead crabs and lobsters are washing up on the Tees estuary and neighbouring north-east beaches in recent weeks.

Countless crustaceans have been found, with Markse and Saltburn said to be experiencing particularly high numbers, and the first sightings reported in early October in Seaton Carew, Redcar and farther north in Seaham.

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