Wednesday, January 1, 2014

2013 - DEC - Animal Die-Offs

2013-12-28 - Adult tigress found dead in Mysore District (India):

2013-12-24 - Young elephant found dead at rubber plantation in Semunai (Malaysia):

Quote: "It is suspected that the elephant died of poisoning there was evidence that it had vomited blood from its mouth."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide poisoning can cause bleeding from the mouth, nose, ears. Bleeding herring were found dead this summer near coastal Vancouver Island (Canada), as mentioned in the 2013-08-14 update. A number of people have died after mysteriously bleeding out similarly. A young man was found dead in car bleeding from nose and mouth in coastal Jacksonville (Florida), as mentioned in the 2013-10-06 update. A man in his 60s or 70s dropped dead on a street in coastal Cebu City in the Philippine Islands, blood oozing from his mouth and nose, as mentioned in the 2013-09-09 update. A Nigerian singer, 26, was found dead at a private beach on the island of Cyprus, blood oozing from his ears, nose and mouth, as mentioned in the 2013-08-10 update. An assistant sub-inspector was found dead outside his home in Punjab (India), bleeding from his nose, as mentioned in the 2013-08-07 update. A Microsoft expat, 69, was found dead in a luxury villa swimming pool in coastal Phuket (Thailand), blood around his ears, as mentioned in the 2013-07-01 update. A college student, 22, was found dead sitting in a chair, blood oozing from nose, at Panjab University (India), as mentioned in the 2013-05-15 update. And so on. I could go on for a scarily long while here...

2013-12-23 - Two dolphins wash ashore dead in coastal San Jose (Philippine Islands):

2013-12-22 - Thirteenth bald eagle dies in Utah:

Quote: "Wildlife officials say a young female eagle died Saturday near Centerville and displayed the same head tremors that other birds displayed."

Quote: "The dying birds have all been discovered since the beginning of December and were found in five different counties: Davis, Weber, Box Elder, Tooele and Utah."

Note: Head tremors again, just like those school girls suddenly began experiencing after playing outdoors in Le Roy (New York), mentioned in the 2012-01-26 update. Hydrogen sulfide is neurotoxic and it can cause brain damage, and brain damage can result in muscle tics and tremors, not unlike those who suffer from Tourette's. Birds are highly vulnerable to gases because of their low body weight and rapid respiration. Carrier pigeons have been disappearing since 2012 over the ocean between Britain and Scotland too. They've called that the 'Birdmuda Triangle', as mentioned in the 2012-08-29 update. Birds have simply dropped dead from the sky in numerous places the last few years too...

2013-12-22 - Carriage horse drops dead in Tilles Park in St. Louis (Missouri), near the Mississippi River:

Quote: "A witness in the carriage the horse was pulling tells Fox 2 the animal began acting strangely a few minutes after pulling into the light display, then fell. The horse died moments later."

2013-12-21 - Thousands of fish dying in lake at Sparks Marina Park in Sparks (Nevada):

Quote: "Nevada Department of Wildlife fisheries biologist Chris Crookshanks says it appears thousands of trout, bass and catfish have died at Sparks Marina Park. He says his agency began receiving reports of struggling fish at the 77-acre lake on Tuesday and more fish began washing up on shore Saturday night."

2013-12-20 - Annual manatee deaths surpass 800 for the first time ever:,0,7872462.story

Quote: "Annual manatee deaths have surpassed 800 for the first time ever, largely from toxic algae blooms off Lee County and a mysterious wildlife die-off in the Indian River Lagoon."

Quote: "A total of 803 have died so far this year, up from 392 last year..."

Note: That's more than a 100% escalation year-over-year...

2013-12-20 - Tenth dead dolphin since November found at beach in Daytona Beach Shores (Florida):

2013-12-19 - Three Oliver Ridley turtles wash ashore dead at beach in coastal Vedaranyam (India):

2013-12-19 - Bald eagles dying in Utah:

Quote: "The recent rash of deaths has raised serious alarms in Utah. 'I don't ever recall having this many eagles die in such a short period of time,' Hadley said. 'It is very unusual.'"

Note: They mention head tremors. Hydrogen sulfide is neurotoxic and can cause brain damage, sometimes resulting in twitching and tremors, like the school girls who were playing basketball outdoors in Le Roy (New York) who suddenly came down with Tourette's-like head twitching, mentioned in the 2012-01-26 update. No cause was ever found for that, but since it affected a number of people, all outdoors, all in the same area, it was obviously something environmental, quite possibly a neurotoxic poison, like, say, hydrogen sulfide. Oatka Creek runs right through Le Roy, which is also near the coast. Birds are particularly vulnerable to gases because they're lightweight and have rapid respiration rates...

2013-12-19 - Young tiger found dead at Bandipur Tiger Reserve (India):

2013-12-14 - Large sperm whale washes ashore dead at beach in Tasmania (Australia):

2013-12-13 - Sperm whale and spinner dolphin found dead off the coast of Negros Oriental:

2013-12-12 - Hundreds of birds drop dead from the sky along Aden Road in Nokesville (Virginia), near the coast:

Quote: "Police, animal control and crews from the Virginia Department of Transportation were called to the area, where witnesses said they were shoveling dead birds off the road."

Note: They probably got a whiff of hydrogen sulfide blowing in off the ocean then lost consciousness and fell to their deaths or died from the gas and then fell. The Inner Harbor recently suddenly turned milky green-white in coastal Baltimore (Maryland), fish suffocated and there was a sulfur smell reported, as mentioned in the 2013-07-18 update. That was the chemocline rising abruptly to the surface, smothering the fish and releasing hydrogen sulfide that had accumulated at the bottom of the harbor into the atmosphere. A 'rotten egg' smell plagued coastal Quincy (Massachusetts) not long ago too, as mentioned in the 2013-05-09 update. Carrier pigeons have been disappearing since 2012 over the ocean between Britain and Scotland too. They've called that the 'Birdmuda Triangle', as mentioned in the 2012-08-29 update. Birds are particularly susceptible to gases - thus the 'canary in the coal mine' thing - because of their small size and rapid respiration rate, but there are plenty of people being poisoned to death too...

2013-12-12 - Spotted deer found dead in Chennai (India), no wounds or injuries:

2013-12-08 - Eleven whales found dead in the Florida Keys:,0,1264764.story

2013-12-07 - Hundreds of sea birds wash ashore dead on beaches on coastal St. Lawrence Island (Alaska):

Quote: "One hunter in Gambell spotted a bird on the beach, its head flopping backwards, said Kimberlee Beckmen, a wildlife veterinarian with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. The bird acted like it was having a seizure. Then it dropped dead."

2013-12-06 - Hundreds of dead birds washing ashore at lakes in Jefferson and Oswego County (New York):

2013-12-03 - At least 40 pilot whales strand in the Everglades (Florida), at least 10 dead, all may die:

2013-12-01 - Giraffe drops dead at zoo in Lufkin (Texas):

Quote: "...Rafiki had been on exhibit the previous day, behaved normally and was eating in his stall when keepers left around 5 p.m."

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