We try to ignore this one but it only gets worse… by now you would have learned of the thousands of fish washed up along the lakeshores, Chicago and 2 million washed up on the Chesepeake Bay, as well as, several other parts of the world.
100 tons of sardines, croaker, and small catfish washed-up dead at Brazil’s coastline. Thousands of fish died in Chesapeake Bay. Several hundred blackbirds, grackles and starlings died in Kentucky. Hundreds of the same species of black birds discovered dead in Arkansas died in Wilson County, in Tennessee. Swedish authorities are researching the cause behind 100 crows dying in Falkoping, Sweden. In New Zealand, hundreds of dead snapper fish washed ashore. In addition to lobster, starfish, anemone, and sponges, 40,000 Velvet Swimming Crabs died-off and washed ashore in the UK. In Sarnia, Ontario, Canada on the St. Clair River just across the border from Detroit, hundreds of shad fish washed-up dead. 70 bats died in Tuscon, Arizona. Also in New Zealand, Conservation Department officials report penguins, petrels and other seabirds dying-off in large numbers. In Vietnam, more than 150 tons of Talapia died on 41 separate river farms. 8,000 Turtle Doves fell from the sky in Faenza, Italy. 100 Pelicans died along the beaches of Topsail Island in North Carolina. 100’s of dead starfish and jellyfish washed-up on the shores of Charleston, South Carolina.
Now troubling part about all this is that scientist are unable to adequately explain whats going on.
The most common explanation among all of these cases is weather. The bats supposedly should have migrated to Mexico two months ago. The temperature of the Charleston Harbor dropped too much for the starfish and jellyfish. A cold snap in Ontario affected the fish in the St. Clair River. Extreme cold weather in the UK reportedly led to deaths of sea creatures there. For the other cases, scientists are still researching possible causes.
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