Thousands of fish wash up on Donegal shore
Quite a scary scene.
Thousands of small fish have been found washed up on a beach in Donegal.
The fish were discovered at Downings beach on Saturday morning, with a number of reasons being suggested as an explanation.
A storm overnight caused heavy rain and strong winds and waves, which some people are holding responsible, while others have claimed it is result of a red tide - a toxic microscopic algae that kills marine life.
BBC presenter Barra Best shared a video of the fish, and it's a bit of a difficult watch.
— Barra Best (@barrabest) August 31, 2019
Really looks like the opening scene to a horror movie.
Amanda Meehan from Derry spoke to BBC about what she found when she walked along the beach, describing it as "really bizarre".
She said: "This morning, it was just really bizarre. There were thousands of fish spread right across the beach.
"There were a few fish up near the sand dunes, which we thought was a bit strange anyway, but then, when we got onto the beach, we saw the rest of them.
"The whole beach is covered and nobody really knows why this happened."