Murray fishers, ecologists look nervously north

Sophie Boyd
By Sophie Boyd
Updated January 9 2019 - 8:33pm, first published 8:21pm
Menindee resident Dick Arnold and Rob McBride stand in the Darling River above weir 32 each holding a hundred year old fish. Picture: Video/Facebook Tolarno Station

It might be more than 700 kilometres away but the death of Murray cod and yellowbelly fish in the Darling River could have flow-on effects through the Murray Darling basin into the NSW/Victoria border region.

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Sophie Boyd

Digital journalists with The Border Mail.