The recent heat wave killed more than a half of the oyster production in some farms in the South of France. The rising temperature of the sea water combined with no wind leads to the death of the oysters. Once dead, the shell opens and the meat fall in the sea. The remaining shells are used by cosmetic and pharmaceutical companies. Marseillan, Herault, France
The recent heat wave killed more than a half of the oyster production in some farms in the South of France. The rising temperature of the sea water combined with no wind leads to the death of the oysters. Once dead, the shell opens and the meat fall in the sea. The remaining shells are used by cosmetic and pharmaceutical companies. Marseillan, Herault, France
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The recent heat wave killed more than a half of the oyster production in some farms in the South of France. The rising temperature of the sea water combined with no wind leads to the death of the oysters. Once dead, the shell opens and the meat fall in the sea. The remaining shells are used by cosmetic and pharmaceutical companies. Marseillan, Herault, France


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