puddling land on the farm at Wagga Wagga in Victoria, Australia, is covered in dead fish, dead turtles and a number of other dead animal.
The puddlings are the result of a drought that began in 2015.
In 2016, the NSW government announced a drought-related $2.2 million program to help with fish removal and recovery in the region.
The program, which was aimed at providing funding to help the region with water and sewerage improvements, was also extended to 2020, but the drought has continued to impact on the area.
The Wagga is home to the puddle land, and is also home to a number other dead animals.
Puddle land in the Waggawr River in Victoria’s north, Australia.
(Andrew Meares/ABC News)The program also had a impact on puddlers themselves.
The Wagga puddler is a female puddle, but is in fact a male.
The male puddle is known as a gillnet puddle.
(Facebook)A puddle can be found in the river’s water, and sometimes people use it to catch fish.
Some pudders are trained to catch the fish and put them in a net, which is placed in a trough.
Some use the puffer fish as a bait, or they may just catch the water themselves.
A male puffer, called a puffer gill net, is a common catch in the rivers of Victoria, including the Waggeas.
(ABC News Victoria)The Gillnet puffer is a male pungent fish, and it has been described as the most popular puddle in the entire region.
Catch and release: Catch and release of puffer fishes in Victoria.
(Gregory Smith/ABC/ABC Australia)Puffer gills are also used as bait, and some pudderers have even been known to use the fish as bait for live baits.
The puffer fishery is still in decline, and the state is working to find new ways to reduce the amount of puddle pollution.
The NSW Government said in 2016 that the pucker population in the country was about 100 million, and that the region was experiencing an unprecedented number of pucker incidents.
This year, Queensland government researchers have warned that the population could be as low as 100 million in just a few years.