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Descriere: epa09133260 (MANDATORY KILL) â' Please be alerted that 3 images issued on 12 April 2021 carrying the image numbers epa09131614, epa09131615 and epa09131621 about an algae bloom poisonous for salmons, are no longer available for usage due to a copyright issue of the supplier and must be deleted from all systems. \r\n\r\nThe captions read:\r\nA handout photo made available by Greenpeace that shows one of the facilities of salmon companies / shows the harmful algae bloom allegedly responsible for thousands of tons of salmon dying on 11 April 2021, in the Los Lagos region of southern Chile (issued 12 April2021). Chilean authorities reported on 12 April the removal of 5,595 tons of dead salmon due to the growth of a tide of harmful algae, a phenomenon that some experts describe as an 'environmental catastrophe' and blame both on climate change and 'irresponsible salmon farming'. The flowering of microalgae, which leaves the fish without oxygen, has affected the southern regions of Aysen and Los Lagos for weeks, two areas that lead the national salmon production and account for 88% of the country's total harvest. EPA/Alvaro Vidal / GREENPEACE HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY / ONLY AVAILABLE TO ILLUSTRATE THE ACCOMPANYING NEWS (MANDATORY CREDIT) HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES EPA-EFE/Alvaro Vidal / GREENPEACE HANDOUT (MANDATORY KILL) HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES