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Algae is Responsible for Fish Kill at Constitution Gardens
The shallow cement pond at Constitution Gardens has no outlet to flush water, so when the temperature rises, algae grows on the bottom. When the temperature drops again, the algae dies and consumes the oxygen, suffocating the fish.

The pond will be cleaned out and workers will try to rebalance the pond’s ecology. The pond will be redesigned in the future and the ecological problems will be addressed at that time. Since being built in 1976, fish kills have been a continuing problem.

 
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