Wednesday, March 1, 2017
2017 - FEB - Animal Die-Offs
2017-02-01 - Newborn gray whale found dead in coastal Redondo Beach (California):
2017-02-02 - Juvenile humpback whale washes up dead near the Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel in coastal Newport News (Virginia):
2017-01-02 - Two leopard cubs, about a year old, drop dead in river bed near coastal Surat (India):
2017-02-03 - Tiger cub and elephant found dead in the same area at Nagarahole National Park (India):
2017-02-03 - Earthworm numbers dwindling, soil health threatened:
2017-02-05 - Record numbers of whales dying near Hawaii:
2017-02-05 - Huge number of jellyfish washing up and dying on beaches in and near Brisbane (Australia):
2017-02-05 - Turtle hatchlings dying in extreme heat at beach in coastal Mon Repos (Australia):
2017-02-06 - Whale found dead near coastal Hampton (Virginia), second in a week:
Quote: "For the second time in less than a week, someone spotted a dead whale off the shores of Hampton Roads."
2017-02-07 - Bees washing ashore dead at beach in coastal Naples (Florida):
Quote: "Naples residents say the problem started only a few days ago. They are both concerned and confused. 'Why are there bees? Where are they coming from? And why are they in a very specific area of the beach?' said Duff. A bee expert says seeing bees wash up at the beach is very unusual."
2017-02-08 - Hundreds of sea birds wash up dead on the coast of Huanchaco (Peru):
2017-02-08 - Hundreds of fish wash ashore dead on beach in Piura (Peru):
2017-02-08 - 1,300 TONS of fish suddenly die in Lake Sebu (Philippine Islands):
2017-02-08 - Thousands of fish wash up dead in Porthcawl Harbour, Wales (Britain):
2017-02-08 - Gray whales in Mexico threatened by rising ocean temperatures:
Note: We're ALL threatened by rising ocean temperatures...
2017-02-08 - 2500 endangered saiga antelope die in Mongolia, blamed on disease:
2017-02-09 - More than 400 whales strand, 270+ die, at coastal Farewell Spit (New Zealand):
Quote: "More than 400 whales have stranded themselves on a New Zealand beach, with about three quarters dying in what authorities are describing as one of the worst whale strandings they have ever seen."
2017-02-10 - Coral dying off around the planet and it's not going to stop:
Quote: "Despite La Nina, Ocean surfaces have not cooled enough to end the worst global coral bleaching event on record. What this means is that many reefs, including the Great Barrier Reef, are again under a rising risk of bleaching and mortality for the coming months. This is unheard of. Never before has a mass coral bleaching event lasted for so long or extended through the period of natural variability related ocean surface cooling called La Nina. Perhaps more ominously, the global coral bleaching and die off that began in 2014 may now be a practically permanent ocean feature of the presently destabilized world climate system."
2017-02-10 - Another 240 pilot whales strand at coastal Farewell Spit (New Zealand), tide helps most of them back into the water, for now:
2017-02-10 - Five peahens found dead near water in Gaganpahad (India):
2017-02-10 - Deepwater oarfish found dead near coastal Mindanao (Philippine Islands):
2017-02-11 - Toxic algae kills 150,000 salmon off the coast of Chile:
2017-02-12 - Whale washes ashore dead on beach in coastal Virginia Beach (Virginia), third in two weeks:
Quote: "The team says the whale has injuries consistent with strikes from a large propeller, but cannot confirm that as the cause of death before a full necropsy is performed. The incident marks the third time in two weeks that a whale has been found dead in local waters."
Note: How do they know the whale wasn't unconscious, having a seizure, or already dead BEFORE the propeller hit it? They don't. And hydrogen sulfide isn't just killing human beings, it's killing all oxygen-using life, including whales. This is one of the sly psyops techniques 'the authorities' have been using: insinuating that an event can only happen because of ONE factor, when reality itself consistently shows that's not the case. People are generally content with AN excuse though, so as psyops techniques go, it's been effective. They don't have to fool all of the people all of the time. They just have to fool most of the people most of the time. That's easy...
2017-02-13 - Hundreds of thousands of fish wash ashore dead at beach in Tasajera (Colombia):
Quote: "While an 'algal bloom' killed some 170,000 salmon in Chile, another massive fish die-off occurred in the district of Tasajera, Colombia, where hundred of thousands of fish stranded on a beach."
Quote: "We are currently witnessing cataclysmic animal mass die-offs around the world. After more than 400 whales beached in New Zeaand, now hundreds of thousands of fish die in Chile and Colombia. Terrifying!"
2017-02-13 - Hundreds of flying foxes (bats) dropping dead from heat in New South Wales (Australia):
2017-02-14 - Around 50 owls found dead along I-84 near Jerome (Idaho):
Quote: "It's like they fell from the sky..."
Note: Maybe they DID drop dead from the sky. 28 crows just dropped dead late last month near Nampa City Hall in Nampa (Idaho) too, mentioned in the 2017-01-22 update...
2017-02-15 - Hundreds of thousands of fish wash up dead at beaches around the coastal Gulf of Nicoya (Costa Rica):
Quote: "This occurs after three other fish die-offs were reported in Chile, Colombia and New Zealand in the last 4 days or so."
2017-02-15 - Thousands of fish found dead in the Little River in Windsor (Canada):
2017-02-16 - Second whale in 3 months washes ashore dead at beach in Odisha (India):
2017-02-16 - Whale washes up dead at coastal St Cyrus Beach (Scotland):
2017-02-16 - Tens of thousands of fish suddenly die in fish farms in Purwakarta (Indonesia):
2017-02-16 - Britain's urban butterfly population decreases 69% in 20 years:
2017-02-16 - Unknown cause killing cattle in Kaliganj (Bangladesh):
2017-02-17 - Whales and dolphins dying on Irish coasts at five times the rate as in 2010:
Quote: "Fifty-six dolphins and whales have washed up on beaches in Ireland so far this year making 2017 the worst on record for such strandings. The number of deaths is a fivefold increase on the same period in 2010."
Quote: "The death toll is heaviest every January and February and it is rising ever year."
Note: As to be expected with a primarily ocean-based planetary extinction event underway...
2017-02-17 - Crocodile found floating dead in the Gulf of Nicoya (Costa Rica):
Quote: "Worry is growing among locals and experts as more dead marine creatures turn up in Costa Rica’s Gulf of Nicoya. On Friday morning, social media messages from locals near Manzanillo, Puntarenas showed an overturned crocodile, apparently dead, in the gulf. Just two days prior, the community was shocked by the appearance of thousands of dead sardines that drifted onto a two-kilometer stretch of coast."
Note: The incident involving the mammoth number of fish found dead in the Gulf of Nicoya was mentioned in the 2017-02-15 update...
2017-02-17 - Six dolphins found dead at Tañon Strait Protected Seascape (Philippine Islands):
Quote: "Three spinner dolphins were found dead, one off Panagsama Beach in Barangay Basdiot, Moalboal town and two in Barangay Montañeza in Malabuyoc, all along the Tañon Strait Protected Seascape (TSPS). Kristina Luz Uy Tapales, TSPS operations head of Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) 7, said a tourist discovered the dead dolphin at around 7 a.m. yesterday as he was waking along the shore at Panagsama beach. 'We still have to identify the cause of death because there are no wounds found,' Tapales told Cebu Daily News."
2017-02-17 - Six dolphins wash ashore dead in coastal San Felipe (Mexico):
2017-02-17 - 17 tons of fish found dead in dam reservoir in Piaui (Brazil):
2017-02-17 - Tens of thousands of fish wash ashore dead along the Cooloola Coast (Australia):
2017-02-17 - Numerous birds found dead in Magnitogorsk (Russia):
2017-02-17 - More than 80 turtles found dead in La Paz and Los Cabos (Mexico):
Note: It's not just people sickening and dying...
2017-02-18 - Seabirds dying of starvation around Iceland:
Note: Whatever they normally eat must be dead or dying...
2017-02-19 - Three deepwater oarfish wash up dead since February 8 in the Philippine Islands:
2017-02-20 - Large number of fish washing up dead in Gray's Bay on Lake Minnetonka (Minnesota):
2017-02-20 - Several swimming pigs found dead in the Bahamas:
2017-02-21 - More than 200 crows drop dead near Ramanathapuram (India), 5 miles from the coast:
2017-02-21 - Basking shark washes up dead in coastal Wellfleet (Massachusetts):
2017-02-21 - Ten thousand fish found dead in Lake Oanab (Namibia):
2017-02-21 - Two bull elk found dead at dairy farm in Jonathan Creek (North Carolina):
2017-02-21 - Europe's farmland birds down 55% in the last 3 decades:
2017-02-22 - More than 100 dolphins wash up dead in the past 8 weeks in Cornwall (Britain):
Quote: "A marine wildlife expert from Brixham has described the killing of dolphins in South West waters as a 'massacre' – with over 100 found dead in just eight weeks. A total of 106 dolphins and porpoises have washed up on Cornwall's beaches and in the nets of fishing boats in just eight weeks, according to Cornwall Wildlife Trust. The toll for the whole of last year was 205 while in the two previous years the numbers had been under 100."
2017-02-22 - Six tons of fish found dead in lake in South Cotabato (Philippine Islands):
2017-02-23 - Two killer whales found dead off the coast of Ningbo (China), orcas very rare in Chinese waters:
2017-02-23 - Huge unknown hairy thing washes up dead at beach on the Dinagat Islands (Philippine Islands):
2017-02-24 - Bryde's whale washes up dead in Prachuap Khiri Khan (Thailand):
2017-02-25 - Fish dying in rivers in coastal Negros Occidental (Philippine Islands):
2017-02-25 - Dwarf sperm whale washes up dead in coastal Cagayan de Oro (Philippine Islands):
2017-02-25 - Tiger found dead in rivulet in Basapura (India):
Quote: "A male tiger was found dead in the Sehore district of Madhya Pradesh two days ago, a forest department official said here today. The body of the animal was found in sludge in a rivulet at Basapura village, said the forest officer S Alawa. Autopsy led the officials to believe that it died due to starvation, he said."
2017-02-26 - Humans wiping out animal life around the planet:
Quote: "Half of all animals on Earth will be extinct by the end of the century, and one in five are already at risk, according to a new report. A team of the world’s top biology experts warn that humans are killing off the animal kingdom by sucking up the world’s natural resources at disturbing new rates, the UK Guardian reports. 'We grab all the fish from the sea, wreck the coral reefs and put carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. We have triggered a major extinction event. The question is: How do we stop it?' Biologist Paul Ehrlich, of Stanford University in California, told the paper."
Note: We don't stop it because stopping it is far beyond the capabilities of human civilization. The extinction event that has begun is unstoppable, and we will be expunged from the surface of the Earth just like the animals we've been wiping out, and not in some far off century either...
2017-02-27 - Humpback whale found dead in the Cohansey River in Cumberland County (New Jersey):
2017-02-27 - More than 150 peacocks found dead from unknown cause in Sindh (Pakistan), blamed on disease:
Quote: "He said that he, along with locals, have time and again requested the wildlife department to visit the area and determine what is causing the sudden deaths of the birds but to no avail."
Note: So they don't know what's killing them and they're just assuming disease...
2017-02-28 - Fourth whale in a month washes up dead on beach in Virginia:
2017-02-28 - Hundreds of fish found dead in the Nowendoc River (Australia):
2017-02-28 - Many fish found dead in the Am River in Thanh Hoa (Vietnam):
2017-02-28 - Hundreds of fish wash up dead on beaches in Montevideo (Uruguay):
2017-02-28 - Thousands of fish found dead in the Magdalena River (Colombia):