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A worker sets free some native fish species to another location due to the low water level of the River Onyar, in Girona, Spain, April 26, 2023.
REUTERS/ Albert Gea
Spain has had 36-consecutive months of below-average rainfall. Reservoirs are on average at 50% of their capacity, however, in Catalonia and in Andalusia, levels have fallen to approximately 25%.
GIRONA, Spain – Spanish authorities rescued native fish from a river shrivelled by a prolonged drought on Wednesday, April 26, as the country endured abnormally high temperatures that Spain’s meteorological agency attributed to climate change.
In the northeastern city