A rescue operation by The Environment Agency has saved over 100 fish from shallow water in Worcestershire.
They were carried there from the River Severn during flooding.
Hundreds more are still trapped but aren't in immediate danger.
Work is continuing to try to help them get back to the river via streams and ditches.
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