1 billion sea creatures cooked to death in Pacific Northwest

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An estimated 1 billion sea creatures were cooked to death across the Pacific Northwest during the region’s record-breaking heat wave, a marine biologist said. 

The shores of Kitsilano Beach in Vancouver, Canada, have been littered with tens of thousands of cooked and putrefying marine animals — including clams, mussels, sea stars and snails — after temperatures across British Columbia and the Pacific Northwest smashed records in late June, reaching a recorded high of 121.3 degrees Fahrenheit (49.6 degrees Celsius) roughly 96 miles (155 kilometers) northeast of Vancouver in the village of Lytton, British Columbia on June 29, according to Canada’s weather service, Environment Canada.

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