The millions of fish washed ashore in Kerry this weekend were most likely chased ashore.
That’s according to Marine Life specialist Kevin Flannery, who says most of the fish were sprat and he believes they were chased ashore by bluefin tuna.
The fish were discovered by local people on Friday at Sandy Bay in the Maherees.
Kevin Flannery, the director of Dingle’s Oceanworld Aquarium says he saw such a phenomenon once before in Clare.
He has firmly ruled out any possibility of pollution in the incident: