Sunday, December 1, 2013

2013 - NOV - Animal Die-Offs

2013-11-30 - Up to FIVE MILLION sea birds have washed ashore dead at beaches in Australia and New Zealand:

2013-11-30 - Five gaurs found dead at Karalayam Village (India):

2013-11-30 - Thousands of fish found dead in Lake Owasso (Minnesota):

2013-11-29 - Fish washing ashore dead at beaches in southern Florida:

2013-11-27 - Tiger drops dead in the Barahi range of Pilibhit (India):

2013-11-27 - Elephant found dead in Jalpaiguri (India):

2013-11-26 - Multiple fish kills reported in coastal Charlotte County (Florida):

2013-11-26 - Pilot whale strands at Santa Rosa Beach (Florida), euthanized:

2013-11-26 - Lion cub and elephant die at zoo in coastal Miami (Florida):

2013-11-24 - Many sea birds washing ashore dead at beaches in Alaska:

2013-11-24 - Thousands of fish found dead in water at Chinaman Creek Dam near Cloncurry (Australia):

2013-11-24 - At least 16 dolphins wash ashore dead in Volusia County (Florida):

2013-11-23 - Minke whale washes ashore dead at beach in County Londonderry (Ireland):

2013-11-23 - Dolphin washes ashore dead at beach in Volusia County (Florida):

2013-11-21 - Thousands of fish die in the Maitai River in coastal Nelson (New Zealand):

Quote: "There's dead fish everywhere. It's the biggest fish kill I've seen."

2013-11-19 - Numerous species sickening and dying in Alaska:

Note: The hair loss could be from high UV levels as the ozone layer dissolves and the upper atmosphere fills with methane, making the Sun whiter, brighter and more intense. Whales and dolphins were showing lesions from UV poisoning in 2010, so that rules out Fukushima. Most people have by now noticed the changes in the appearance of the Sun. It's not a change in the Sun, but a change in the atmosphere through which we view the Sun. You may notice physiological changes in your own body because of this, such as a weakened immune system, sleep problems, memory problems; too much of that white Sun (too little of the old yellow Sun) interferes with the body's ability to produce melatonin, which affects the immune system and sleep and memory, among other things...

2013-11-17 - Bottlenose whales washes ashore dead on the Baltic beach in Mielno (Poland):

2013-11-15 - Dolphin found dead in creek in coastal Coney Island (New York):

2013-11-10 - Starfish disintegrating and turning into goo off the coast of Seattle (Washington):

2013-11-08 - Thousands of fish die in Crescent Lake in coastal St. Petersburg (Florida):

2013-11-07 - More than 180 sea birds wash ashore dead at beaches in coastal Waikato (New Zealand):

2013-11-06 - Massive number of fish die at public park in coastal Shenzhen (China):

2013-11-04 - Hundreds of fish found dead in Moneys Creek at Bargara (Australia), on the Fraser Coast:

2013-11-03 - Sperm whale washes ashore and dies near coastal Hunting Island (South Carolina):

Quote: "A dying whale was found off the shores of Hunting Island Sunday, the second whale in more than a week found on the Beaufort County coast, a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration marine biologist said."

2013-11-02 - Porbeagle shark washes ashore dead at beach in New Castle (Florida):

Quote: "The porbeagle is an opportunistic hunter that preys mainly on bony fishes and cephalopods throughout the water column, including the bottom."

2013-11-01 - Four whale sharks wash ashore dead in Gujarat (India):

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