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To give you more feedback on regular troubleshooting these kinds of things,
When monitors change color, this is a sign that your video output is being muffled, this can happen by a few things,
1 - Your graphics card drivers are outdated and have some sort of bug, consider trying to update them if there is a new version out.
2 - Your graphics card is in an unhealthy state, where it is trying to process as much data as it's receiving, but for some reason it cannot keep up. Please note that I am aware that the graphics card you are testing with is in simple terms "A BEAST", but when something goes wrong the beastliest can become the crappiest, easily.
3 - Your main board gpu port might be either burning inside (when you have abused the socket alot, this is prone to happen, you will see darker color around some of the "pins"), to check you have to physically remove the gpu and inspect the gpu port (PCI-E)
4 - over heating of some components can also cause this issue, this can be related to one of the following components, GPU, RAM, Main Board, or HDD
If these are not the issues, reply to this thread and I will give you some more things to check,
For some added context, this is a corporate machine that is also used to occasionally run the Unity engine based game we're working on, and it does so without complaining. I will check for any sort of temperature anomalies when I get back into the office after the break, but I'd be really surprised if that was the issue.
This is a problem that many seem to have with how Nitrado has the servers configured. They were contacted some time ago with tips on how to resolve this issue for their clients but apparently the issues have bot been resolved. The problem they have is that each time the server is started it creates and builds a new world and often is subject to crash loops. This is not due to Eco or anything wrong with Eco and nothing that can be done by you or by the Eco devs to resolve it. this is a fix Nitrado has to perform. In most cases the work around has been that users have changed providers
That graph alone really does not give us much to go on. Could you provide other world information? Have you maybe picked all the foods that feed the animals and they are starving? Has the world been polluted and it can sustain the animals? Just showing animals death alone without other world information doesn't tell us much. What about c02 levels? Air pollution? Pollution from tailings?
Its possible its a bug but I have not heard it being reported by others running 6.2 and not seeing it on any servers I am running. I think the first place to start is to be able to take a good look at the information about the whole world first.
Also are you running the server with default settings in the configuration files or have you edited/modded Ecosim.eco, WorldGenerator.eco, WorldObjects.eco? Do yuo have the Modkit enabled?