Thousands of dead fish wash up along shore in bizarre phenomenon

Thousands of dead fish have washed up along a shore in Argentina, a shocking video has shown.

The clip captured the shores lined with the fish corpses by a shocked passerby.

As the cameraman walks along the coastline the piles of dead fish gets bigger.

The fish covered metres of the water's surface as the land surrounding the coast remained sand dry.

Despite the masses of deaths, birds such as pelicans walk over the piles as they feast.

The video was uploaded to YouTube only hours ago, captioned: "Lack of rain causes massive loss of fish life in Argentina."

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" This is from a farm in Argentina with a pond/lake on the property, this has been due to a drought in the region," the uploader added.

It's not known when or exactly where the video was filmed.

Despite the drought, Britain is set to be battered by a double whammy of storms that will unleash 75mph winds, torrential rain and heavy snow.

Weather forecast maps show the nation will face the wrath of mother nature next week with two storms in just four days.

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The first of the two pressure systems streaming across the Atlantic will launch itself across the UK on Monday.

This first storm will tear through Scotland as its tail end sweeps across the length of Britain, bringing heavy rain to most parts.

Strong winds of up to 60mph will also lash some areas in the morning and afternoon before the storm heads out to sea.

But in its wake will be more rain which could turn to heavy snow in the evening as temperatures plummet to freezing.

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