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Hundreds of thousands of yellowtail as well as many seals and stingrays were washed up along Glinks Gully and Baylys Beach last weekend, eyewitnesses said.
“There were thousands, at least 30 kilometres up. It’s not on, there’s no other excuse. The smell was horrific.” An eyewitness said
"If you put a slug in your mouth, you'd be vomiting and your entire body would be tingling.
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"Within minutes you'd be paralysed. Your heart and lungs would shut down and you'd be dead within the hour.
Originally posted by grantbeed
reply to post by CX
There have been a few cases recently of poisons washing up, but the story you linked is from 2009. Unless there is something down there still leaking out poison from a while back.
The spokeswoman said that anyone finding a canister should secure the area without touching the container, and immediately contact the council or the Fire Service. The canisters which have been found are approximately 25 centimetres high and grey in colour, and the pellets are also grey. —NZPA