Saturday, February 1, 2014

2014 - JAN - Animal Die-Offs

2014-01-31 - Barking deer found dead foaming at the mouth and komodo dragon found dead at zoo in coastal Surabaya (Indonesia):

Quote: "On Friday, zoo visitors notified zookeepers after seeing a barking deer (Muntiacus muntjak) having a seizure while foaming at the mouth. The deer died at around noon on Friday."

Note: Four dogs died after seizures and foaming at the mouth after walks in Riverside Park in New York, as mentioned in the 2012-09-11 update. More than 70 dogs died foaming at the mouth after seizures in Moscow (Russia), as mentioned in the 2012-09-21 update. Two lions sickened and foamed at the mouth at a zoo in Berlin (Germany), as mentioned in the 2012-08-06 update. Quite a number of people have died after foaming at the mouth too, especially in the last year. Hydrogen sulfide is neurotoxic and can cause seizures and foaming at the mouth. It can cause chemical damage to lungs too, which can also cause foaming at the mouth...

2014-01-31 - More than 20 geese and ducks found dead in pond at Island Club Apartments in Columbus (Ohio):

Note: There are about 7 ponds right there, and this area is also 1 mile east (downwind) of the Scioto River...

2014-01-30 - More than 500 deep sea lantern fish and squid found dead or dying in the Nawiliwili Harbor area (Hawaii):

Note: Here are yet more deep sea creatures surfacing dead. Hydrogen sulfide and methane are rising from the depths, so one would expect to see deep sea creatures getting hit hard, and for every event like this that we see, there are probably hundreds more events that we never even hear about because nobody is around to see the corpses. This is similar to the deep sea oarfish surfacing dead off the coast of California, the deep-dwelling sperm whales that have been dying around the world in the last few years, the giant squid surfacing dead, the starfish disintegrating off the Pacific Northwest and so on...

2014-01-30 - Major fish kill reported in the Kings River near Stratford (California):

2014-01-30 - Chimp suddenly dies at zoo in coastal Baltimore (Maryland):

2014-01-27 - Four deer found dead in Loirston Country Park in coastal Aberdeen (Scotland):

2014-01-27 - Fish kill reported in the Little Sioux River (Iowa):

2014-01-24 - More than 40 cows mysteriously die in Maygdi (Nepal):

2014-01-24 - Baby orangutan suddenly dies at Twycross Zoo in Warwickshire (Britain):

2014-01-23 - Hundreds of birds found dead along I-35 in Burleson (Texas):

Quote: "Crews collected just over 200 dead birds, and one that died a short time later. Peckler said she’s never seen anything like it in her 25 years of working with animal control."

2014-01-23 - Around 25 dead pilot whales found near Marco Island (Florida):

Quote: "The death toll is mounting for short-finned pilot whales as another 25 were discovered Thursday near Kice Island, about 16 miles south of Naples."

Quote: "Boaters discovered 25 dead pilot whales off the southwest coast on Thursday, raising the death toll to 33. The whales were found on Kice Island, south of Naples and near Marco Island..."

2014-01-23 - Mysterious foam appears on stream-fed fish pond, kills a bunch of fish, on the island of Oahu (Hawaii):

Quote: "Something up there is coming out of the ground into this stream..."

2014-01-23 - Four white-tailed eagles found dead in last 2 years in the Czech Republic, no signs of injury:

2014-01-22 - Around 1000 birds die in the Brooklands Lagoon area (New Zealand):

2014-01-21 - Eight pilot whales die near Fort Myers (Florida):

Quote: "Authorities said eight pilot whales have died in shallow waters off Florida's southwest coast. Six others remain unaccounted for."

2014-01-21 - Tigress found dead in Thengumaradah (India):

2014-01-21 - Taal Lake experiences 'sulfur upwelling', mass deaths of fish ensue, in the Philippine Islands:

Quote: "Sulfur upwelling in the Taal Lake has triggered fish mortalities in four barangays in Talisay, Batangas, which is equivalent to P10.5 million of the lake’s total production cost, according to the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR)."

Note: That's the chemocline rising to the surface, releasing accumulated hydrogen sulfide and methane, and smothering the fish. The same thing happened in the Inner Harbor in coastal Baltimore (Maryland), as mentioned in the 2013-07-18 update. This same process will hit bodies of water all over the world, including the oceans, eventually releasing enough hydrogen sulfide and methane into the atmosphere to burn, explode and/or poison most life on the planet, just as has happened in the past...

2014-01-21 - Major fish kill hits pond in coastal Venice (Florida):

2014-01-17 - Hundreds of fish wash ashore dead at Jomtien Beach (Thailand):

2014-01-16 - Wild boars dying off in Lithuania:

2014-01-16 - Hundreds of fish bubble up dead in the ocean near Davao Oriental (Philippine Islands):

2014-01-16 - Eight whales beach, euthanized, on the South Island (New Zealand):

2014-01-16 - Fish dying in Lake Sweetwater (Texas):

2014-01-15 - All of the fish in Sparks Marina (Nevada) have died:,0,4296726.story

Quote: "...they've been unable to detect any live fish in the 77-acre lake."

Quote: "...for all intents and purposes, the fishery doesn't exist anymore..."

2014-01-15 - More than 20 female spotted deer found dead at zoo in Chhattisgarh (India):

2014-01-14 - Sardines disappearing off the coast of California:

2014-01-12 - Sperm whale washes ashore dead in Carrasco, Montevideo (Uruguay):

2014-01-11 - Hundreds of striped bass found dead in the Blackhall River in coastal Old Lyme (Connecticut):

2014-01-11 - Around 150 ducks found dead in pond in coastal Redwood City (California):

2014-01-10 - Sperm whale washes ashore dead at beach in Spanish River Park in Boca Raton (Florida):

2014-01-09 - Birds drop dead in coastal Mayfield West (Australia):

Quote: "Authorities are scratching for answers following the bizarre deaths of dozens of birds in a Mayfield West garden in the first week of January for the second year running. Staff at GP Training in Frith Street found 14 rainbow lorikeets, two myna birds and a magpie in the centre’s gardens last week. They were confronted with the sight of 27 birds when they returned from last year’s New Year break. None of the birds had obvious injuries."

Quote: "Office of Environment and Heritage spokesman Lawrence Orel agreed the deaths were highly unusual. 'The weather has been quite mild, so I doubt the heat killed them,' he said. 'There’s a number of species involved and it’s not an isolated area, which makes it unusual.'"

Note: Birds are small and have rapid respiration, so they are more vulnerable to poisonous gases than most other creatures, which is the origin of the 'canary in the coal mine' thing. When birds start dropping dead in mines, it's a warning to miners, and miners who ignore that warning end up dead. If we ignore the warning then our fate will be the same...

2014-01-08 - 100,000 bats drop dead in Queensland (Australia), blamed on heatwave:

2014-01-08 - Cats disappearing in Astoria neighborhood of coastal Queens (New York):

Note: All of the feral cats in my neighborhood disappeared months ago. I'm sure they're dead, because cats are highly territorial. Because of the complete lack of cats, the local rabbit population has exploded...

2014-01-06 - Two rare True’s beaked whales wash ashore dead at beaches in New York:

2014-01-06 - Horse drops dead near coastal Gisborne (New Zealand), man thrown off and injured:

2014-01-02 - Bald eagle deaths reach 16 in Utah:

Quote: "Rescuers there recount the difficulty of watching a fierce national symbol of strength inexplicably suffering from debilitating symptoms that include body tremors, seizures, paralysis, and weakness in their wings, legs and feet."

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