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« Reply #420 on: May 19, 2014, 01:06:07 pm »

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The Redondo Beach sardine die-off is believed to have been caused by an algae bloom that depleted oxygen inside the breakwater. Scientists working with Heal the Bay and L.A. Waterkeeper believe this die-off is probably also due to an algae bloom.

Thank you for posting this - been awhile since I've heard these news items(b/c a mod at another message forum I frequent locked this thread).

Yes, this has pretty much been the same cause - depleted oxygen levels in the water, rise algae blooms, etc. I think it's b/c of the very, very unpredictable temps, weather, etc in recent years(IMHO, HAARP, Illuminati's weather control mod system, etc have played a big part).
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« Reply #421 on: May 20, 2014, 06:48:04 pm »

Seems we missed some stories here...

Mass Fish Deaths: Millions Have Been Found Dead All Over The World In The Past Month

Millions of fish are suddenly dying all over the planet.  In fact, there have been dozens of mass fish death events reported in the past month alone.  So why is this happening?  Why are fish dying in unprecedented numbers all over the world?  When more than six tons of fish died in Marina Del Ray over the weekend, it made headlines all over the United States.  But the truth is that what just happened off the southern California coast is just the tip of the iceberg.  In 2014, mass fish die-offs have pretty much become a daily event globally.  Individually, each event could perhaps be dismissed as an anomaly, but as you will see below when they are all put together into one list it truly is rather stunning.  So is there a reason why so many fish are dying?  Is there something that connects these mass fish death events?  Has something about our environment changed?  The following are just a few examples of the mass fish death reports that have been coming in day after day from all over the globe…

*In April, 500,000 carp were found “floating belly-up in Kentucky’s Cumberland River“.

*Over the weekend, thousands upon thousands of fish died just off the southern California coastline…

    California Fish and Wildlife workers are still scooping dead sea life from the surface of the harbor Monday after thousands of dead anchovies, stingrays and even an octopus died and floated up over the weekend.

So far officials have cleaned up 6 tons of dead fish, and they still have a long way to go.

*The death of approximately 35,000 fish up in Minnesota is being blamed on a “lack of oxygen“.

*The recent die off of thousands of fish in the Shark River near Belmar, New Jersey is also being blamed on “oxygen depletion“.

*Officials in Menifee, California are still trying to figure out what caused the death of thousands of fish in Menifee Lake a few weeks ago…

    Authorities continued testing the water in Menifee Lake Friday after thousands of dead fish have been seen floating since last weekend.

    Menifee city officials first heard reports Saturday of floating fish at the lake, which is located on private property about a half-mile east of the 215 Freeway.

*In the Gulf of Mexico, dolphins and sea turtles are dying “in record numbers“.

*Maryland officials are still puzzled by the death of 7,000 Atlantic menhaden last month…

    State environmental scientists are investigating the cause of a fish kill that left about 7,000 dead Atlantic menhaden in waters that include the Inner Harbor and Fells Point.

    Jay Apperson, spokesman for the Maryland Department of the Environment, said that biologists went by boat on Tuesday to the area of Monday’s fish kill. He says the area extended from the mouth of the Patapsco River, up the Baltimore Harbor to Fells Point and Fort McHenry.

*Mass fish die-offs in Lake Champlain up in Vermont are being called “the new normal” by government officials.

*Along the coast of northern California, seals and young sea lions are dying “in record numbers“.

*Three months ago, farmers in Singapore lost 160 tons of fish to a mass die-off event.

*Back in September, approximately 40 kilometers of the Fuhe River in China “was covered with dead fish“.

*Also during last September, close to ten tons of dead fish were found floating on a lake near the town of Komotini, Greece.

The following are some more examples of mass fish death events from just the past several weeks that come from a list compiled on another website…

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17th May 2014 – Masses of fish turn up dead in a marina in Pultneyville, New York, America. Link

16th May 2014 – Mass die off of fish in a river in Aragatsotn, Armenia. Link

15th May 2014 – Hundreds of fish dying off ‘due to pollution’ in the wetlands of Rewalsar, India. Link

14th May 2014 – Thousands of dead fish washing ashore in Cootes Paradise, Hamilton, Canada. Link

13th May 2014 – Tens of thousands of dead fish wash up along coast of Tasmania, Australia. Link

12th May 2014 – Mass death of fish in the river Eden ‘is a mystery’ in Cumbria, England. Link

11th May 2014 – Thousands of dead Puffer Fish, also dead turtles washing up on various beaches in Colombia and Costa Rica. Link and here

11th May 2014 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a pond is ‘a mystery’ in Southborough, England. Link

10th May 2014 – Thousands of fish dead due to pollution in spring in Sikkim, India. Link

9th May 2014 – Die off of Fish ’causes panic’ in the Luda Yana River in Bulgaria. Link

8th May 2014 – Thousands of dead fish appear in a lake ‘shock residents’ in Mangalore, India. Link

8th May 2014 – 12 TONS of dead fish removed from lakes in Chisago County, Minnesota, America. Link

7th May 2014 – Massive die off of fish in reservoirs in Quanzhou, China. Link

7th May 2014 – Thousands of fish found dead on the shores of Roatan, Honduras. Link

5th May 2014 – Hundreds of dead fish wash up on a beach ‘a mystery’ in San Antonio Oeste, Argentina. Link

5th May 2014 – Mass death of fish found in lakes in Almindingen, Denmark. Link

4th May 2014 – Mass die off of fish in a river in Fujian, China. Link

3rd May 2014 – 1,000+ dead fish wash ashore along a lake in Ontario, Canada. Link

2nd May 2014 – 40,000 fish die suddenly in a dam in Piaui, Brazil. Link

30th April 2014 – Mass fish kill ‘worst I’ve seen in 26 years of working here’ in Iowa, America. Link

30th April 2014 – Large amount of dead fish found floating along a river in Xiasha District, China. Link

29th April 2014 – Dozens of sea turtles are washing up dead in South Mississippi, America. Link

29th April 2014 – Thousands of dead fish washing up along the shores of Lakes in Wisconsin, America. Link

28th April 2014 – Turtles and other marine life continue to wash up dead in Bari, Italy. Link

28th April 2014 – Large fish kill found in the Mogi River in Brazil. Link

25th April 2014 – Large fish kill found in a reservoir in Nanchong, China. Link

24th April 2014 – Large amount of fish wash up dead along a river in La Chorrera, Panama. Link

23rd April 2014 – 2 Million fish found dead in a dam in Tehran, Iran. Link

23rd April 2014 – Mass die off of fish in Island lake in Ontario, Canada. Link

23rd April 2014 – Thousands of dead fish appear in a lake in Mudanjiang, China. Link

22nd April 2014 – 1,000 fish found dead in Oona River, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. Link

21st April 2014 – Large amounts of fish washing up dead along the Panchganga River in India. Link

19th April 2014 – MILLIONS of dead fish found floating in Thondamanaru Lagoon, Sri Lanka. Link

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And remember, this list represents events that have happened in just a little over the past month.

So what is causing all of these mass fish death events?

all links: http://endoftheamericandream.com/archives/mass-fish-deaths-millions-have-been-found-dead-all-over-the-world-in-the-past-month
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« Reply #422 on: May 20, 2014, 06:51:50 pm »

Only skimmed through this, but yes, this IS quite a bit for ONLY one month! And don't forget about all of those frequent 6 magnitude EQs in April too! Shocked
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« Reply #423 on: May 24, 2014, 08:55:54 pm »

Zephaniah 1:1-3
1 The word of the Lord which came unto Zephaniah the son of Cushi, the son of Gedaliah, the son of Amariah, the son of Hizkiah, in the days of Josiah the son of Amon, king of Judah.
2 I will utterly consume all things from off the land, saith the Lord.
3 I will consume man and beast; I will consume the fowls of the heaven, and the fishes of the sea, and the stumbling blocks with the wicked: and I will cut off man from off the land, saith the Lord.
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« Reply #424 on: August 01, 2014, 12:38:57 pm »

http://news.msn.com/us/millions-of-jellyfish-like-creatures-wash-up-on-western-us-beaches
Millions of jellyfish-like creatures wash up on western U.S. beaches
8/1/14

PORTLAND Ore. (Reuters) - Millions of jellyfish-like creatures have washed up on beaches along the U.S. West Coast over the past month, giving the shoreline a purple gleam and, at times, an unpleasant odor, ocean experts said on Thursday.

Though not poisonous to most people, beachgoers should avoid the animals because their venom can cause stinging in the eyes and mouth, said Steve Rumrill, an expert at the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.

Known as Velella velella to scientists, and more informally as "by-the-wind sailors," the creatures regularly cluster offshore each spring. But it is unusual for so many to wash ashore at once, especially this late in the summer, he said.

In addition to the millions that have been spotted on beaches from Southern California to Washington, millions more are floating near the ocean surface offshore, Rumrill added.

Ocean experts do not know why more by-the-wind sailors are washing up this year, or why they are arriving later than usual, said Erin Paxton, spokeswoman for the Oregon Coast Aquarium.

Climate change may be a factor, but it is impossible to be certain, Rumrill said. "This is a wind-driven event, and winds are unusual this year," he said.

Though most people think the animals are jellyfish, they are in fact colonies of much smaller creatures known as hydrozoans, Rumrill said.

Hundreds of tiny organisms cluster together to create a gleaming purple body and a translucent sail-like protrusion that looks like a single animal.
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« Reply #425 on: September 01, 2014, 02:21:50 pm »

Mexico probes mass fish death in Lake Cajititlan

Hundreds of thousands of fish have been washed up on the shores of Lake Cajititlan in the Mexican state of Jalisco over the past week. Almost 50 tonnes of dead popoche chub freshwater fish have been removed from the lake. The local authorities said it was part of a "natural cycle" but state officials said it was due to the lake's "poor management".   

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http://www.vocativ.com/world/mexico-world/fish-kill-environment/
Millions of Dead Fish Mysteriously Surface in Lake in Mexico
9/8/14

The incident was the worst in a series of environmental disasters in Mexico this year

CAJITITLÁN, MEXICO—Gaze across Lake Cajititlán here in western Mexico and normally you’ll see fisherman cutting their nets and tourist boats gliding over the blue-green water. But that picturesque scene turned grim last week when more than 4 million dead fish suddenly surfaced, turning the water a sinister shade of gray.

For days, the smell of rotting scales lingered in the air as locals joined government workers to scoop up more than 156 tons of freshwater popoche chub, a sardine-sized species native to the western state of Jalisco.

It’s still unclear what killed the fish, but the incident was the worst in a spate of environmental disasters in Mexico this year. Early last month, a river in the northern state of Sonora took on a sickly brown-red color after workers from a nearby mine dumped thousands of gallons of sulfuric acid into the water. In Veracruz state, near the Gulf of Mexico, a gasoline spill contaminated almost 5 miles of a small river near the town of Tierra Blanca. And last Thursday, the Pacific coast of Sinaloa state also saw a sudden and seemingly inexplicable mountain of dead fish rise to the surface.

Mexico, like many developing nations, has a poor environmental record, but it was still unusual for the country to experience such a quick succession of environmental disasters. What ties them together, critics say, are lax environmental standards, a complete lack of industry oversight and an inability to penalize people and companies that pollute.

“These cases are just the tip of the iceberg of the opacity in which industries in Mexico operate,” environmental watchdog Greenpeace said last week in a statement. “The laxity of the laws permit them to contaminate in exchange for derisory fines posing as ‘reparation of damages,’ without taking into account any external factors.”

The case of Lake Cajititlán is a classic example of how disasters often unfold in Mexico. Environmental experts are still trying to figure out what killed the fish, but that hasn’t prevented the authorities from bickering over who or what was to blame.

Just two weeks before the incident, the local government took the unusual step of deploying police officers to guard the lake. Mayor Ismael del Toro claimed that groups linked to the Institutional Revolutionary Party, which governs at the state and federal level, may have been deliberately contaminating the water to discredit his environmental record. Yet he was quick to downplay suspicions of foul play last week, affirming that “it’s not fair to politicize such a sensitive issue.”

The mayor suggested that the mass deaths were merely the result of natural biological cycles, but state officials dismissed this theory out of hand, blaming the disaster squarely on his government’s failure to properly treat the sewage that enters the lake from surrounding towns and industrial plants.

Although unproven, such accusations gained credence late last week when the Del Toro administration admitted it had discovered a fault in part of a waste water treatment plant where animal remains, solvents, combustibles and industrial chemicals are processed before entering the lake.

As the political infighting continues, residents of the six lakeside fishing villages who have been hit hardest by the disaster are unsure just what to believe. As the owner of a local seafood restaurant, who asked to remain anonymous, puts it: “The politicians talk bad about the lake, but we’re the ones who suffer.”
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« Reply #427 on: September 15, 2014, 09:18:12 pm »

http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/speaking-of-science/wp/2014/09/15/the-gulf-of-alaska-is-unusually-warm-and-weird-fish-are-showing-up/?Post+generic=%3Ftid%3Dsm_twitter_washingtonpost
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The Gulf of Alaska is unusually warm, and weird fish are showing up

Something odd is happening in Northern Pacific waters: They're heating up. In fact, it hasn't been this warm in parts of the Gulf of Alaska for this long since researchers began tracking surface water temperatures in the 1980s, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

The warming began last year in the Gulf of Alaska and has since been dubbed "The Blob" by Nick Bond, of the Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean. Temperatures have been as high as about 5 degrees Fahrenheit (3 Celsius) above average.

Normally storms and winds roll through to cool off the surface of the Northern Pacific, but a weather pattern popped up for a few months in winter 2013 that inhibited those storms from developing, said Nate Mantua, a NOAA research scientist. Then, from October 2013 through January, the weather pattern came back as a ridge of high pressure (the same one connected to the California drought). All of that made the already warm waters in the Alaskan gulf even warmer, a layer about 100 meters thick, Mantua said.

In the spring, warm water started to develop in other Northern Pacific waters, namely the Bering Sea. There's also a chunk of warm water developing off the coast of California.

"You have lots of warm water, and it's due to weather patterns that basically don't take heat out of the ocean," Mantua said. "They are letting the ocean warm up rapidly, and stay warm."

The change in surface water temperature doesn't appear to be a manifestation of global warming, but rather the result of weather and wind patterns that change quickly and vary year to year, Mantua said.

Take a look at this map of surface water temperatures. The deeper the red, the higher the above the average temperature:

And now, strange fish are showing up. In the past year, there have been "unusual fish occurrences" in Alaskan waters, according to NOAA research biologist Joe Orsi, such as the skipjack tuna in the photo above. The last documented skipjack tuna in Alaska was in the 1980s.

In August, a thresher shark was caught in the Gulf of Alaska, Orsi noted.  Those sharks are more typical off the coasts of British Columbia and Baja California. Two other threshers were spotted in the past four years in the more southern waters of the Alaskan gulf.

An ocean sunfish, the world's largest bony fish, has been spotted on the surface of the Prince William Sound off Alaskan shores, Orsi said. Further south, a 7-foot-long ocean sunfish washed up on the shore in Washington state in August.

The warm water could throw the food chain into a bit of disarray. Just as warmer water fish have been showing up, salmon could be finding less of the high-fat food they need to chow down on. That's important because the Northern Pacific is considered a "fish basket," and most American salmon comes from the Alaskan gulf.

"The fish migrated out of rivers in June, got to the gulf by August, and they will have arrived expecting to find cold water and abundant feed," said Bill Peterson, a senior scientist with NOAA fisheries. "They're going to find nothing to eat, is what we suspect.... It won't be pretty."

It's possible that the fish could dive down deeper and feed in the colder waters below the surface, Peterson said. Either way, fisheries won't feel the impact until the salmon return in another two to three years.

Around 2005, when similar warming occurred in Northern Pacific waters, particularly in Northern California, "Pacific salmon died in extremely high numbers," Mantua said. "Fisheries, three years later, curtailed or even shut down in California for the first time ever."

But it's still an open question as to how these warmer waters will affect salmon populations. Mantua isn't convinced that "The Blob" means loads of dead fish. He points to past warm years that resulted in high salmon returns. "It's unsettled whether this is bad news" for salmon, he said. "We have to wait until the adults come back, and we'll have to see."
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« Reply #428 on: November 24, 2014, 07:14:14 am »

Peru investigating deaths of some 500 sea lions found on a beach on its northern coastline - @BBCNews

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« Reply #429 on: December 04, 2014, 03:38:55 pm »

http://www.grindtv.com/outdoor/nature/post/black-mussels-cover-south-african-beach/
Black mussels cover a South African beach
Thousands of mollusks wash ashore in event believed to be tied to heavy seas


December 03, 2014 by David Strege

A stretch of Rodderg Beach in South Africa turned into “mussel beach” recently when hundreds of thousands of black mussels washed ashore in a mystery that has local officials searching for the reason why.

The beach in Plettenberg Bay was covered with the black mussels over a 325-yard section. Some believed it was caused by a red tide, a harmful algal bloom, but marine experts dismissed that possibility.

Dr. Mark Brown of Nature’s Valley Trust told The Herald of Port Elizabeth, South Africa, that the massive beaching is not linked “to red tide or anything sinister at this stage.”

Instead, Brown believes the black mussels were dislodged by heavy seas.

“A similar event happened in November last year in the same spot,” Brown told The Herald. “Essentially large swells and currents break beds of mussels off the reef and they wash up.”

Earth Touch has a video report showing the massive black mussel beaching:

Marine ecologist Kyle Smith of SA National Parks told The Herald that along with heavy swells, a large amount of sand movement might also have been a contributing factor.

“Most of the mussels were still alive when they washed up, which lowers the possibility that it is related to some form of toxin from either a red algal bloom or other source,” Smith said.

As a precautionary measure, officials warned people not to eat the black mussels, tempting as it might be.
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« Reply #430 on: December 07, 2014, 09:34:09 am »

500 more dead sea lions; Fukushima radiation continues to spread across ocean

Another mysterious wave of dead sea animals has washed ashore in Peru, the possible consequence of ongoing radiation releases from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear facility in Japan. BBC News reports that 500 dead sea lions were recently discovered on Peru's northern coastline, some 250 miles north of the capital city of Lima, with no obvious explanation as to why this occurred.

The latest of several mass die-offs in recent years, the rotting corpses were found on Anconcillo Beach, located in Peru's Ancash region. Both young and old sea lions were found at the site, which the local governor blamed on fishermen who may have poisoned them while they searched for food at the shoreline. Others like the environmental group Orca, however, say oil exploration is probably the cause.

As investigations continue, a definitive cause of the deaths has yet to be determined. The Maritime Institute (Imarpe), in a government report, denied that oil exploration had anything to do with the deaths. Meanwhile, Peruvian police are reportedly looking into other possible causes of the deaths, including entanglement in fishing nets or the accidental ingestion of plastic.

Fukushima radiation still harming Pacific sea life
But another possible cause that is deliberately being ignored is radiation poisoning from Fukushima, which continues to be a problem in some areas of the Pacific Ocean. Radioactive plumes are still traveling eastward across the Pacific, affecting everything in their path.

Nuclear expert Arnie Gunderson, during a recent episode of Radio Ecoshock, warned that the worst is still yet to come from Fukushima. He reiterated this warning during a subsequent airing of the Nuclear Hotseat show, emphasizing that both soil and groundwater are threatened by these radioactive plumes, which will continue to cause problems for many decades.

"We are not at the peak," he stated, noting that two radioactive plumes are currently traveling up and down the West Coast, one near Canada and the other near Oregon and California. "It's still coming, and it will continue to come as long as Fukushima continues to bleed into the Pacific."

Mysterious animal deaths continue as governments deny Fukushima link
Several months prior to this latest sea lion discovery, at least 200 other sea lions were found dead even further north in the Piura region of Peru. Several dead dolphins and sea turtles, as well as dozens of pelicans, were also strewn among the mysterious marine wreckage, which also went unexplained by authorities.

And back in 2012, just one year after Fukushima, hundreds of dead dolphins were found along another beach in Peru, also without explanation. Each of these events is still technically under investigation, though any consideration of Fukushima is apparently off the table as government authorities attempt to blame other less likely factors.

"[Fukushima is] going to bleed for decades, if not centuries [into the Pacific]," added Gunderson during one of his radio segments. "There will still be a huge residual amount of radiation in the soil and in the groundwater so that the site will continue to bleed into the Pacific a century or more."

Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/047889_Fukushima_radiation_sea_lions_Pacific_Ocean.html##ixzz3LE72v8gB


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« Reply #431 on: January 19, 2015, 05:05:05 pm »

http://www.end-times-prophecy.org/animal-deaths-birds-fish-end-times.html
Mass Animal Deaths for 2015
If the information on this page causes you concern regarding the future, then see what must I do to be saved?


Below is a list of worldwide mass animal deaths for 2015, with pages also for mass die offs from the previous 4 years. There are animals dying all over the world today in huge numbers, due to the polluted state of the sea and air. Millions of Fish and massive numbers of whales and dolphins are washing ashore dead. Birds are falling dead out of the sky, and millions of poultry are dying from avian flu. The animals of the land like cattle are also dying in large numbers from disease. Although animals and fish have been dying all throughout history, we have not seen the massive consistant numbers that we are seeing today. Please remember! This is just one of the MANY signs of the last days.

In many of these events people from all walks of life are saying that they have "never seen anything like this before".

Worldwide Bee Die offs       Our Dying Planet

Hosea 4:3 ...'Therefore shall the land mourn, and every one that dwelleth therein shall languish, with the beasts of the field, and with the fowls of heaven; yea, the fishes of the sea also shall be taken away.'

Revelation 11:18 ...'And the nations were angry, and thy wrath is come, and the time of the dead, that they should be judged, and that thou shouldest give reward unto thy servants the prophets, and to the saints, and them that fear thy name, small and great; and shouldest destroy them which destroy the earth.'

MASS ANIMAL DEATH LIST                     Event Summary for 2015 - 30 Known MASS Death Events in 17 Countries

19th January 2015 - Another 220,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Taiwan, China. Link

19th January 2015 - Thousands of dead fish found in a river 'baffle authorities' in Gorakhpur, India. Link

19th January 2015 - 30 Bighorn sheep are dead 'due to pneumonia' in Montana, America. Link

18th January 2015 - 314 turtles wash ashore dead along beaches in Chennai, India. Link

17th January 2015 - 100,000 turkeys killed due to avian flu in Aviel, Israel. Link

16th January 2015 - 14 whales and 16 turtles washed up dead in Baja California, Mexico. LinkDead Whales and Turtles Mexico

16th January 2015 - 200,000 chickens killed due to avian flu in Okayama, Japan. Link

15th January 2015 - Thousands (8 TONS) of fish wash up dead along beaches in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Link

15th January 2015 - 10,000 fish have died 'due to algae' in Lake Mission Viejo, California, America. Link

14th January 2015 - 160,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Taiwan, China. Link

14th January 2015 - 554 sea birds and 4 sea lions found dead on beaches in Baja California, Mexico. Link

13th January 2015 - 20,000 birds have died from avian flu in Jiangxi, China. Link

13th January 2015 - Dozens of birds found dead in Sultanpur National Park, India. Link

12th January 2015 - Hundreds of pigeons are 'falling dead out of the sky' in Antrim, Northern Ireland. Link

10th January 2015 - Thousands of dead starfish wash up in Westerland, Dead Starfish in GermanyGermany. Link

10th January 2015 - Thousands of dead fish found in a river in Oaxaca, Mexico. Link

10th January 2015 - Thousands of fish dead 'due to pollution' in a canal in Leicestershire, England. Link

10th January 2015 - Thousands of dead fish found in a lake in Jabalpur, India. Link

9th January 2015 - 1,370 birds dead due to avian flu in Kano, Nigeria. Link

8th January 2015 - Thousands of birds 'die suddenly' due to avian flu in Lendah, Indonesia. Link

8th January 2015 - 150 Birds dead due to oil spill in Northwest Ohio, America. Link

7th January 2015 - UPDATE: 100,000+ dead seabirds found since October along west coast of America. Link

7th January 2015 - Hundreds of animals dead from wildfires in Southern Australia. Link

6th January 2015 - 10 dead beacked whales during the past couple of weeks 'baffle experts' on West Coast of Scotland. Link

6th January 2015 - Thousands of fish have died in Sher Shah lake in India. Link

6th January 2015 - Hundreds (possibly thousands) of dead snapper fish found, 'a mystery' in Doubtless Bay, New Zealand. Link

4th January 2015 - Thousands of fish have died in a fish farm in Kampung Baru, Malaysia. Link

2nd January 2015 - 7 Turtles found washed up dead during past week in Cattolica and Rimini, Italy. Link

2nd January 2015 - Large amount of dead fish wash ashore on a lake in Carlos Paz, Argentina. Link

2nd January 2015 - Thousands of dead birds washing ashore along the coast between California and Washington in America. Link

2nd January 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish found in a lake in Nevada, America. Link

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There is no doubt that these mass animal deaths occuring around the world today is one of the many signs of the times, showing that we are living in the last days. Throughout history we have not seen animals dying in these kinds of numbers all around the world. But the earth and the seas are so polluted now from man made chemicals and oil spills, the animals just don't stand a chance! But this was to be expected, as God has already warned us through Bible prophecy that this world is heading for complete ruin. Friends, it's time to turn to Jesus Christ. He is our ONLY hope for the future.

See MASS ANIMAL DEATHS 2014 for the 2014 list.

See MASS ANIMAL DEATHS 2013 for the 2013 list.

See MASS ANIMAL DEATHS 2012 for the 2012 list.

See MASS ANIMAL DEATHS 2011 for the 2011 list.
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Mass Death of Seabirds in Western U.S. Is 'Unprecedented'

Why are so many auklets, from California to Canada, starving?
1/23/15

In the storm debris littering a Washington State shoreline, Bonnie Wood saw something grisly: the mangled bodies of dozens of scraggly young seabirds.

Walking half a mile along the beach at Twin Harbors State Park on Wednesday, Wood spotted more than 130 carcasses of juvenile Cassin's auklets—the blue-footed, palm-size victims of what is becoming one of the largest mass die-offs of seabirds ever recorded.

"It was so distressing," recalled Wood, a volunteer who patrols Pacific Northwest beaches looking for dead or stranded birds. "They were just everywhere. Every ten yards we'd find another ten bodies of these sweet little things."

Cassin's auklets are tiny diving seabirds that look like puffballs. They feed on animal plankton and build their nests by burrowing in the dirt on offshore islands. Their total population, from the Baja Peninsula to Alaska's Aleutian Islands, is estimated at somewhere between 1 million and 3.5 million.

Last year, beginning about Halloween, thousands of juvenile auklets started washing ashore dead from California's Farallon Islands to Haida Gwaii (also known as the Queen Charlotte Islands) off central British Columbia. Since then the deaths haven't stopped. Researchers are wondering if the die-off might spread to other birds or even fish.

"This is just massive, massive, unprecedented," said Julia Parrish, a University of Washington seabird ecologist who oversees the Coastal Observation and Seabird Survey Team (COASST), a program that has tracked West Coast seabird deaths for almost 20 years. "We may be talking about 50,000 to 100,000 deaths. So far."

One Die-Off Among Many

The gruesome auklet deaths come just as scientists around the globe are seeing a significant uptick in mass-mortality events in the marine world, from sea urchins to fish and birds. Although there doesn't appear to be a link to the virus that killed tens of millions of sea stars along the same shores from California to Alaska over the past 18 months, some scientists suspect a factor in both cases may be uncharacteristically warm waters.

The U.S. Geological Survey and others have performed animal autopsies, called necropsies, on several of the emaciated Cassin's auklets. They've found no evidence of disease or trauma—no viruses or bacteria, no feathers coated with spilled oil. The birds appear simply to have starved to death.

"There's very little evidence of food in their GI [gastrointestinal] tracts or stomachs," said Anne Ballmann, with USGS's National Wildlife Health Center.

At first scientists weren't too surprised by the carcasses washing ashore. When young auklets fledge in late summer, they all enter the water at the same time and start competing for food—shrimp-like krill and tiny crustaceans called copepods. For various reasons, last summer's birth class of Cassin's auklets was gigantic. Researchers expected a higher death toll, too.

But they now are perplexed by the sheer numbers of dead birds and the spreading geographic extent of the die-off.

"Death at this level and over this much real estate has to be from more than just that," Parrish said.


By comparison, not one of the five largest U.S. bird mortality events tracked by USGS since 1980 is estimated to have topped 11,000 deaths. In Europe, according to the U.K.-based Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, the worst die-off on record occurred in 1983, when 57,000 guillemots, razorbills, puffins, and other seabirds perished in the North Sea and washed up on the British coast.

"You get some of this with seabirds every year," said David Nuzum, with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. "You get so many juveniles out there, and they've got this steep learning curve for feeding after being separated from their parents, so you always get a die-off in winter. But I've never seen anything like this, ever, and I've been here since 1985."

On some beaches the Cassin's auklet death toll was a hundred times greater than any bird die-off ever tallied there, and six times worse per kilometer than the body count recorded after the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill in Prince William Sound, Alaska. On a single stretch of beach on Christmas Eve in Oregon, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologist Mike Szumski collected 250 carcasses—and left nearly as many behind.

"You'd find them piled up in clusters on the wrack line, where the tide leaves sea grasses and debris," Szumski said. "Most were in these states of decay, but every now and then we'd see tracks coming out of the water and find a bird that was just barely clinging to life. They were just skin and bones."

The Culprit: Warm Water?

Bill Sydeman, a senior scientist at California's Farallon Institute, said he believes the most likely scenario is that the deaths are related to a massive blob of warm water that heated the North Pacific last year and contributed to California's drought and to 2014 being the hottest year on record.

That water was hotter and stayed warm longer than at any time since record-keeping began. It stretched across the Gulf of Alaska, where a high-pressure system blocked storms, preventing the water from churning to the surface and mixing with air. More warm water eventually moved inward along the coast as far south as California, altering how favorable the environment was for the zooplankton that many fish and birds, including Cassin's auklets, feed on.


That all happened in late summer—about the same time the young auklets began to fledge.

Research in the waters off Oregon already has shown that some of the tiny crustaceans at the bottom of the marine food chain were replaced by smaller species that provide less nutrition for larger animals. It's still not clear how—or whether—a changing climate contributed to any of these shifts.

But if the base of the food chain has changed, even temporarily, why is the die-off still limited to just one species of seabird?

"That's the thing that's so puzzling to us—we're just not seeing this with common murres or anything else," Parrish said.

Sydeman predicts that this spring or summer the dying might spread to the salmon and forage fish that eat those same plankton species and then perhaps to the murres or other birds that, in turn, eat those fish.

"I think there's a strong possibility of it escalating to affect other species in the near future," he said.
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Almost 200 whales stranded on New Zealand beach

Wellington (AFP) - Almost 200 pilot whales stranded themselves Friday on a New Zealand beach renowned as a deathtrap for the marine mammals, conservation officials said.

At least 24 whales from the pod of 198 that beached themselves at Farewell Spit had died and rescue workers were trying to refloat the survivors, the Department of Conservation (DOC) said.

"Re-floating stranded whales is a difficult and potentially dangerous job... community group Project Jonah has 140 volunteers in the Golden Bay area who are trained to do this and we’re working alongside them," DOC spokesman Andrew Lamason said.

He said if the re-float attempt late Friday failed then the rescuers would have to wait 24 hours for another high tide before trying again.

Farewell Spit beach, at the northern tip of the South Island, has been the scene of many mass pilot whale strandings over the years.

There have been at least eight in the past decade, including two within the space of a week in January last year, although the latest stranding is one of the largest.


Pilot whales grow up to six metres (20 feet) long and are the most common species of whale in New Zealand waters.

Scientists are unclear why they strand themselves in large groups, with some speculating healthy whales beach themselves while trying to help sick or disorientated family members that are stranded.

Others believe the topography of certain places like Farewell Spit somehow scrambles the whales' sonar navigation, causing them to beach.

Once stranded, the whales are vulnerable to dehydration and sunburn until rescuers can use the high tide to move their massive weight back into deeper water.

Once refloated, the whales often simply swim back ashore and have to be euthanised.
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Collapsing Kenai razor clam population forces shutdown of beaches

A collapse of the razor clam population across Kenai Peninsula beaches has prompted the Alaska Department of Fish and Game to close most of them to clamming for the rest of the year, the first time biologists have imposed such a drastic measure.

“It’s such an important resource,” said Carol Kerkvliet, a Homer-based biologist with Fish and Game. “All the information we have points in one direction, that these beaches need to be closed.”

The latest information is a 2014 survey of the clam populations on Kenai beaches. It found:

• The population at the Clam Gulch beach was 89 percent lower than average.

• At Ninilchik South beach, the Kenai’s most popular, the population was down 82 percent.

• At both locations, the number of juvenile clams was also down sharply -- ranging from 36 percent to 86 percent. That’s an indication that no recovery is on the horizon.

The decline has worsened over the decades. The peak year was 1994, when Fish and Game estimated the harvest at 1.3 million clams captured over 48,000 digger days (a clam-digger spending at least part of a day on the beach). By 2013, the last year for which information is available, the harvest was down to 174,000 clams over 24,000 digger days.

Similarly, state harvest surveys showed that average number of clams harvested by each digger declined from 25 early last decade to 7 in 2013.

Even that is more than zero.

“If it were harvest-driven, we would have seen the effects earlier,” Kerkvliet said. “Some type of environmental factor is playing a role in this.”

Exactly what environmental factor remains a mystery.

“The cause of the decline … on east-side beaches is unknown,” said a press release from Fish and Game. In addition, Kerkvliet noted, mature clams are not living to as old an age and as large a size as they previously did.

All clam species will be off limits beginning Sunday from the mouth of the Kenai River to Homer to the thousands of diggers who spend time on the beaches with clam shovels and clam guns. The shutdown is the latest body blow for outdoorsmen and women on the Kenai, as well as the businesses that cater to them. Poor returns of king salmon to the Kenai and other Peninsula rivers have resulted in frequent closures, hampering anglers and fishing businesses for several years.

Tuesday’s emergency order follows previous efforts to limit the take, including sharp cutbacks in bag limits and, last summer, the closure of a section of the beach at Ninilchik.

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Starving sea lion pups stranding on California beaches

LAGUNA BEACH, Calif. (AP) — The starving sea lion pup was so tiny that it looked like a rock at the base of the seaside cliff until it struggled to raise its head as humans approached.

It bleated weakly as volunteer Brennan Slavik eased it into a crate for transport to a rescue center, where it peered from a child's playpen with woeful eyes made enormous by an emaciated frame.

At almost a year, the pup weighed just 23 pounds — a third of what it should — and staff quietly took it to a private room, euthanized it and moved on.

It's a scenario playing out daily in California this year as rescue centers struggle to keep up with hundreds of sick and starving sea lion pups washing up along the coast. More than 1,100 pups have been rescued since January from beaches, but also from inside public restrooms, behind buildings and along railroad tracks.

It's not unusual to have some sea lions wash up each spring as the pups leave their mothers, but so far, the number of stranded babies is five times greater than in 2013, the worst season in recent memory.

"These animals are coming in really desperate. They're at the end of life. They're in a crisis ... and not all animals are going to make it," said Keith A. Matassa, executive director at the Pacific Marine Mammal Center, which is currently rehabilitating 115 sea lion pups.

The situation is so bad that Sea World suspended its sea lion show so it can focus on rescue efforts. The theme park has treated 400 pups — more than twice the number it would care for in a typical year — and constructed two temporary pools to house them.

Scientists aren't sure what's causing the crisis, but suspect that warmer waters from this winter's mild El Nino weather pattern are impacting the sea lion birthing grounds along the Channel Islands off the Southern California coast.

The warm water is likely pushing prime sea lion foods — market squid, sardines and anchovies — further north, forcing the mothers to abandon their pups for up to eight days at a time in search of sustenance.

The pups, scientists believe, are weaning themselves early out of desperation and setting out on their own despite being underweight and ill-prepared to hunt.

Sea lions wouldn't normally start showing up in large numbers until April or May but this year, rescue centers began to get calls in December, said Matassa.

"They're leaving with a very low tank of gas and when they get over here, they're showing up on the beach basically ... starving to death,"
said Justin Viezbicke, a coordinator with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's California Stranding Network.

For rescue centers like the one in Laguna Beach, that translates into round-the-clock, back-breaking work for dozens of volunteers who've arrived from all over the U.S. to help.

The center in one of Southern California's premiere beach communities has rescued more than 213 pups since the beginning of the year and has treated ones that weighed as little as 14 pounds at eight months old.

Pups that should be gaining 20 to 40 pounds in a two-month period have put on just 2 pounds, Matassa said.

On a recent day, in the course of two hours, five suffering animals came into the Pacific Marine Mammal Center. One was brought in by a police officer, three more came in with an animal control team and the fifth was Slavik's rescued pup that had been called in by a couple walking along beach.

Harried volunteers moved urgently along a narrow hallway between pens as they unloaded each one, wrapped it in a towel and performed a battery of tests. Most of the animals were so weak they barely resisted.

Crates holding animals awaiting assessment were crammed into every corner, including the laundry room, as those already housed in communal pens barked and bleated in a deafening racket as mealtime approached.

Each incoming pup has its temperature taken and is weighed, measured and given a blood sugar test before the team decides if they can save it.

Those that make the cut are tube-fed a gruel of pureed herring, Pedialyte, vitamins and milk three or four times a day after starting out with a simple broth of hydrating fluids and dextrose.

Those that graduate to whole fish are playfully called "feeders" and those that can once more compete for fish tossed into a pool are called "fighters."

The goal is to get the pups strong enough to swim free again — but the volunteers who nurse them back to health may never know if they make it in the wild.

Only a handful will be fitted with expensive tracking devices. The rest are tagged with a number and fall off the radar unless they are rescued again.

"The tricky part is we're putting them back into the same environment that they just came from. And that's going to be a challenge for them," Viezbicke said.
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Thousands of snow geese fall dead from sky in Idaho

Avian cholera is suspected in the deaths of at least 2,000 snow geese that fell dead from the sky in Idaho while migrating to nesting grounds on the northern coast of Alaska, wildlife managers said Monday.

Dozens of Idaho Department of Fish and Game workers and volunteers at the weekend retrieved and incinerated carcasses of snow geese found near bodies of water and a wildlife management area in the eastern part of the state, said agency spokesman Gregg Losinski.

Avian cholera is believed to be the culprit in the deaths mostly because of the way the birds died, he said.

“Basically, they just fell out of the sky,” said Losinski.

He said biologists were awaiting results from a state wildlife lab to confirm the birds died of the highly contagious disease, which is caused by bacteria that can survive in soil and water for up to four months.

Humans face a small risk of contracting the disease but the more immediate threat is to wildlife in the vicinity of contaminated carcasses, Losinski said.

About 20 bald eagles were seen near areas where snow geese carcasses littered the ground but a lengthy incubation period makes it unclear if the eagles were infected and would carry the ailment elsewhere, said Losinski.

It was not known where the snow geese – named for their white plumage and for breeding in the far northern corners of Alaska, Canada, Greenland and Siberia – contracted avian cholera during a migration that saw them wing north from wintering grounds in the American Southwest and Mexico, he said.

Outbreaks like the one found affecting the migrating snow geese in Idaho occur periodically in the United States and elsewhere, Losinski said.

Avian cholera is the most important infectious disease affecting wild waterfowl in North America, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

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Hundreds Of Dead Fish Becoming A Daily Event Near Geist Reservoir

Some people living in the Geist Reservoir neighborhood are concerned after seeing dozens of dead fish popping up along the shore.

One neighbor says the problem started after the ice melted away. She says she comes across dead fish every winter but this year, it’s been ten times worse.

“It’s pretty disgusting,” said Teresa Williams, concerned resident. “A lot of them are kind of bloody at the gills.”

Teresa Williams has lived in the Bridge Water neighborhood for about 11 years. For the past week she says she’s been waking up to an unpleasant sight in her backyard.

“I’ve been picking up dead fish everyday, most days over 100 fish a day,” said Williams. “I think last year, I picked up 40 or 50 and the year before that similar amounts I always kind of count.”

The mother of three says she’s been picking up the fish and tossing them out so that her dogs won’t get to them.

“We all have those big republic trash bins and I have two of them and I filled them both to the top with dead fish. In fact, they were so heavy it was hard to pull them down the drive way,” said Williams.

But Geist Lake Coalition, a group addressing concerns of homeowners along the waterfront says there’s nothing to worry about.

They say the dead fish washing up are called shad. The fragile fish are more sensitive to cold water and lower oxygen levels than other species in the lake. The coalition posted an update to Facebook alerting residents of the fish kill.

“If a lot of fish other than shad start showing up dead, then we may want to be concerned. That said there are reports of a small bass die-off in a very limited amount,” said Brian Hall, founding director.

“Every summer there’s always a concern about so much toxic algae in the lake,” said Williams. “I just wonder if the amount of dead fish kill this year maybe had anything to do with that left over from the summer.”

Citizens Energy is the company in charge of Geist Reservoir.

A spokesperson tells 24-Hour News 8 it’s been a problem in the past with the algae because of the fertilization. She says there are many houses along the lake that some of the chemicals can get into the water.

The company says they have treated the reservoir in the past, but it’s all been safe and causes no harm to the fish and wildlife.

Citizens Energy is planning to hire a contractor to come out to the neighborhood to clean up the mess sometime next week.

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Mass Beaching of Whales Triggers 'Unscientific' Earthquake Fears in Japan

The mass beaching of more than 150 melon-headed whales on Japan's shores has triggered fear of a repeat devastating earthquake. Despite a lack of scientific evidence linking the two events, a burst of online commentators have pointed to the appearance of around 50 melon-headed whales on Japan's beaches six days before the monster quake, which released a towering tsunami and triggered a nuclear disaster.   

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More than 130 dolphins beach in Japan

 More than 130 melon-headed whales, a member of the dolphin family usually found in the deep ocean, beached in Japan on Friday, sparking frantic efforts by locals and coastguards to save them.

Rescuers were battling to stop the creatures’ skin from drying out as they lay on a beach about 100 kilometres (60 miles) northeast of Tokyo, while some were being carried in slings back towards the ocean.

Television footage showed several animals from the large pod had been badly cut, with many having deep gashes on their skin.

An AFP journalist at the scene said that despite efforts to get the dolphins into the water, some were being pushed back onto the beach by the tide soon after they had been released.

A number of the creatures had died, he said, and were being buried.

“We see one or two whales washing ashore a year, but this may be the first time to find over 100 of them on a beach,” a coastguard official told AFP.

The pod was stretched out along a roughly 10-kilometre-long of beach in Hokota, Ibaraki, where they had been found by locals early Friday morning.

“They are alive. I feel sorry for them,” a man told public broadcaster NHK, as others were seen ferrying buckets of seawater to the stranded animals and pouring it over them.

Several animals could be seen writhing in a futile effort to move themselves on the sand, although as the morning progressed they were clearly becoming weaker.

Melon-headed whales, also known as electra dolphins, are relatively common in Japanese waters and can grow to be two- to three- meters (six- to nine-feet) long.

Despite international opprobrium, Japan hunts minke and pilot whales off its own coast, and has for many years also pursued the mammals in the Antarctic Ocean using a scientific exemption to the international moratorium on whaling.

It has never made any secret of the fact that meat from the animals is also consumed.

However, a UN court ruled last year that its hunt was a commercial activity masquerading as research, and ordered it be halted.

Tokyo, which insists whaling is a tradition and labels environmental campaigners as “cultural imperialists”, has vowed to restart a redesigned southern ocean whaling program.

Japan also defies international opinion with the slaughter of hundreds of dolphins in a bay near the southern whaling town of Taiji.

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Mysterious cancer spreads among clams off N. America

The discovery of a contagious cancer spreading among edible clams off the northeast US and Canadian coasts has stunned scientists and raised new questions about marine health, according to research published Thursday.

The study in the journal Cell describes for the first time the unusual kind of leukemia that has been killing untold numbers of clams for years.

“We were pretty amazed,” said lead author Stephen Goff, who studies mouse leukemia at the Columbia University Medical Center in New York, and was asked by a marine biologist in 2009 to look into whether a virus might be responsible for sickening clams.

The kind of clams affected by the leukemia are known as soft-shell clams (Mya arenaria). Goff said there is no danger of humans catching cancer by eating a diseased clam.

When Goff and colleagues studied clams taken from Maine, New York and Prince Edward Island in Canada, they found that unlike most cancers, which start when a cell in the body mutates, the leukemia cells did not match the individual clams that were stricken.

However, each case of leukemia was nearly identical, suggesting that it was a cancerous cell line that was transmitting from one clam to another.

“The clue was when we looked at the genotypes of the tumors in the clams, lo and behold the tumors didn’t match the host animal they were growing in,” Goff told AFP.

“That is pretty weird. When we looked at tumor samples from a cross the East Coast they were all almost identical to each other,” he added.

“Astoundingly, the conclusion is that this is spreading as a tumor line from animal to animal and that is how each animal gets sick.”

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At least 20 endangered sei whales found washed up dead along coast of Chile

    Foreign scientists discovered whales on Gulf of Penas and reported them
    Government said there were 20 whales but scientists said more than 30
    Adult sei whales can be longer than 50 feet and weigh 20 tons or more
    Unclear how and why so many whales died and washed up along the beach
    Whales are no longer commercially hunted and there are about 12,000 alive



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Mass death of seabirds in Western U.S. is ‘unprecedented’ – unexplained changes within ocean to blame

May 2015 – OCEAN HEALTH – In the storm debris littering a Washington State shoreline, Bonnie Wood saw something grisly: the mangled bodies of dozens of scraggly young seabirds. In the storm debris littering a Washington State shoreline, Bonnie Wood saw something grisly: the mangled bodies of dozens of scraggly young seabirds. Walking half a mile along the beach at Twin Harbors State Park on Wednesday, Wood spotted more than 130 carcasses of juvenile Cassin’s auklets—the blue-footed, palm-size victims of what is becoming one of the largest mass die-offs of seabirds ever recorded. “It was so distressing,” recalled Wood, a volunteer who patrols Pacific Northwest beaches looking for dead or stranded birds. “They were just everywhere. Every ten yards we’d find another ten bodies of these sweet little things.”
Cassin’s auklets are tiny diving seabirds that look like puffballs. They feed on animal plankton and build their nests by burrowing in the dirt on offshore islands. Their total population, from the Baja Peninsula to Alaska’s Aleutian Islands, is estimated at somewhere between 1 million and 3.5 million. Last year, beginning about Halloween, thousands of juvenile auklets started washing ashore dead from California’s Farallon Islands to Haida Gwaii (also known as the Queen Charlotte Islands) off central British Columbia. Since then the deaths haven’t stopped. Researchers are wondering if the die-off might spread to other birds or even fish.
“This is just massive, massive, unprecedented,” said Julia Parrish, a University of Washington seabird ecologist who oversees the Coastal Observation and Seabird Survey Team (COASST), a program that has tracked West Coast seabird deaths for almost 20 years. “We may be talking about 50,000 to 100,000 deaths. So far.” Although there doesn’t appear to be a link to the virus that killed tens of millions of sea stars along the same shores from California to Alaska over the past 18 months, some scientists suspect a factor in both cases may be uncharacteristically warm waters. The U.S. Geological Survey and others have performed animal autopsies, called necropsies, on several of the emaciated Cassin’s auklets.
They’ve found no evidence of disease or trauma—no viruses or bacteria, no feathers coated with spilled oil. The birds appear simply to have starved to death. “There’s very little evidence of food in their GI [gastrointestinal] tracts or stomachs,” said Anne Ballmann, with USGS’s National Wildlife Health Center. At first scientists weren’t too surprised by the carcasses washing ashore. When young auklets fledge in late summer, they all enter the water at the same time and start competing for food—shrimp-like krill and tiny crustaceans called copepods. For various reasons, last summer’s birth class of Cassin’s auklets was gigantic. Researchers expected a higher death toll, too. But they now are perplexed by the sheer numbers of dead birds and the spreading geographic extent of the die-off. “Death at this level and over this much real estate has to be from more than just that,” Parrish said.
By comparison, not one of the five largest U.S. bird mortality events tracked by USGS since 1980 is estimated to have topped 11,000 deaths. In Europe, according to the U.K.-based Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, the worst die-off on record occurred in 1983, when 57,000 guillemots, razorbills, puffins, and other seabirds perished in the North Sea and washed up on the British coast. “You get some of this with seabirds every year,” said David Nuzum, with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. “You get so many juveniles out there, and they’ve got this steep learning curve for feeding after being separated from their parents, so you always get a die-off in winter. But I’ve never seen anything like this, ever, and I’ve been here since 1985.”  –National Geographic  (January 2015)

Seabirds Chile
Chile investigating death of 1,300 seabirds: (May 18, 2015) Chilean authorities said Monday they are investigating what killed some 1,300 seabirds that mysteriously turned up dead on a beach. The birds, which belong to the Procellariidae family, may have drowned after getting trapped in fishing nets or died from a disease such as bird flu, which is not endemic to Chile, said the country’s Agriculture and Livestock Service (SAG).
They were found Sunday afternoon by visitors to a small black-sand beach in the southern town of Lenga, a cove with several hundred inhabitants who live mainly on fishing and tourism. SAG said it was analyzing samples taken from the birds to try to determine the cause of death. Hundreds of birds were found dead in the same area in 2010. Authorities determined they had been caught in fishing nets. –France 24

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Mass Animal Deaths for 2015
If the information on this page causes you concern regarding the future, then see what must I do to be saved?

Below is a list of worldwide mass animal deaths for 2015, with pages also for mass die offs from the previous 4 years. There are animals dying all over the world today in huge numbers, due to the polluted state of the sea and air. Millions of Fish and massive numbers of whales and dolphins are washing ashore dead. Birds are falling dead out of the sky, and millions of poultry are dying from avian flu. The animals of the land like cattle are also dying in large numbers from disease. Although animals and fish have been dying all throughout history, we have not seen the massive consistant numbers that we are seeing today. Please remember! This is just one of the MANY signs of the last days.

In many of these events people from all walks of life are saying that they have "never seen anything like this before".

Worldwide Bee Die offs     Our Dying Planet

INFO: 970 MILLION Monarch butterflies - a major pollinator - have been killed since 1990 in America by Monsanto's herbicide, wiping out 90 percent of America's total population of Monarchs (source)

Hosea 4:1-3 ...'Hear the word of the Lord, ye children of Israel: for the Lord hath a controversy with the inhabitants of the land, because there is no truth, nor mercy, nor knowledge of God in the land. By swearing, and lying, and killing, and stealing, and committing adultery, they break out, and blood toucheth blood. Therefore shall the land mourn, and every one that dwelleth therein shall languish, with the beasts of the field, and with the fowls of heaven; yea, the fishes of the sea also shall be taken away.'

Revelation 11:18 ...'And the nations were angry, and thy wrath is come, and the time of the dead, that they should be judged, and that thou shouldest give reward unto thy servants the prophets, and to the saints, and them that fear thy name, small and great; and shouldest destroy them which destroy the earth.'

MASS ANIMAL DEATH LIST                                  395 Known MASS Death Events in 65 Countries (or Territory)

4th June 2015 - UPDATE: 127,000+ antelope dead in a 'sudden die off' in Northern Dead Antelope in KazakhstanKazakhstan. Link

3rd June 2015 - 415,000 chickens to be killed due to new outbreak of avian flu in Minnesota, America. Link

3rd June 2015 - Tons of dead fish found in a lake in Aldama, Mexico. Link

3rd June 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish appear in the waters of Michoacan, Mexico. Link

2nd June 2015 - 88 sea birds and 52 dolphins and sea lions dead due to oil spill in California, America. Link

2nd June 2015 - 21 pilot whales stranded, 10 dead so far in Skye, Scotland. Link

2nd June 2015 - Hundreds of dead turtles found along a lake in Ezhou, China. Link

2nd June 2015 - 57,000 birds to be killed due to new outbreak oa avian flu in Iowa, America. Link

1st June 2015 - Thousands of dead fish found floating in a lake in Nan Province, Thailand. Link

1st June 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish found washed up along Big Bear Lake in California, America. Link

1st June 2015 - Large die off of fish along 2km of river in Parvomay, Bulgaria. Link

1st June 2015 - Large die off of fish in a river near Rennes, France. Link

31st May 2015 - 80 Kites found dead 'a mystery' in Tumkuru, India. Link

30th May 2015 - Dozens of dead penguins found on a beach in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Link

30th May 2015 - Thousands of dead fish found washed ashore on a river in Rhode Island, America. Link

30th May 2015 - Tens of thousands of dead fish found washed up along Flanders bay in New Dead Fish in Flanders BayYork, America. Link

29th May 2015 - 300 TONS of fish 'die suddenly' in Ogan Ilir Regency, Indonesia. Link

29th May 2015 - 10 dead dolphins wash ashore in Mumbai, India. Link

29th May 2015 - 50,000 birds to be killed due to another outbreak of avian flu in South Dakota, America. Link

28th May 2015 - 270 TONS of salmon are dead due to storms in Tasmania, Australia. Link

28th May 2015 - Thousands of dead fish wash up in various locations in Connecticut, America. Link

28th May 2015 - Mass die off of anchovies due to algae bloom in Monterey Bay, California, America. Link

28th May 2015 - Masses of shellfish found dead 'is a mystery' on the coast of Ngunguru, New Zealand. Link

28th May 2015 - 3 Million hens to be killed due to another outbreak of avian flu in Nebraska, America. Link

28th May 2015 - Fish kill found in a river in Alandi, India. Link

28th May 2015 - 35,000+ chickens killed due to avian flu in Accra, Ghana. Link

27th May 2015 - Thousands of fish have died in a river in southern Mexico. Link

27th May 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish found in a river in Darlington, England. Link

27th May 2015 - 12 dead whales have washed up during past couple months in California, America. Link

27th May 2015 - Large amount of dead fish found in a river in Gandevi, India. Link

26th May 2015 - Thousands of sheep dying from 'unknown disease' in Uplistsikhe, Georgia. Link

26th May 2015 - Thousands of dead lobsters wash up on the coast of Baja California, Mexico. Link

26th May 2015 - 975,000 hens to be killed due to new outbreak of avian flu in Iowa, America. Link

26th May 2015 - Mass die off of fish in a pond in Dongxing, China. Link

24th May 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish found floating in a dam in Evora, Portugal. Link

23rd May 2015 - 4 MILLION birds now to be killed due to new outbreaks of bird flu in Nebraska, America. Link also video here

22nd May 2015 - Massive die off of fish in a lake in Haikou, China. Link

22nd May 2015 - 2,000 dead fish found floating in a lake in Georgia, America. Link

21st May 2015 - Hundreds of fish die suddenly in a lake in Florida, America. Link

21st May 2015 - Thousands of dead fish wash ashore in Isla Mujeres, Mexico. Link

21st May 2015 - Large die off of fish in a river in Nakhon Nayok Province, Thailand. Link

20th May 2015 - Tens of thousands of fish have died in a canal in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Link

19th May 2015 - Hundreds of thousands of oysters dead due to storm in New South Wales, Australia. Link

19th May 2015 - 1.3 MILLION birds to be killed due to avian flu in South Dakota, America. Link

19th May 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish appear in a stream in Montemorelos, Mexico. Link

18th May 2015 - Tens of thousands of fish have died in Xiangcheng District, China. Link

18th May 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish found in a lake in Ridley Park, Pennsylvania, America. Link

18th May 2015 - 1300+ sea birds found dead on beaches in Hualpen, Chile. Link

16th May 2015 - Dozens, maybe HUNDREDS of turtles washing up dead along Flanders bay in New York, America. Link

16th May 2015 - 2 MILLION birds to be killed due to avian flu in Minnesota, America. Link

15th May 2015 - Thousands of dead fish found in a lake in Sakha Republic, Russia. LinkFish kill in Russia

15th May 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish found in a canal in Aiea, Hawaii, America. Link

15th May 2015 - Mass die off of fish washes ashore in Canakkale, Turkey. Link

14th May 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish found floating in a river in Macao, Portugal. Link

14th May 2015 - Thousands of fish dead from disease in Cayuga Lake, New York, America. Link

13th May 2015 - 115,000 birds to be killed due to avian flu in South Dakota, America. Link

13th May 2015 - Thousands of dead fish found washed up on a beach in Lorento, Mexico. Link

12th May 2015 - 200+ Camels dead, hundreds others sick from 'mystery disease' in Punjab, Pakistan. Link

12th May 2015 - 1.7 MILLION birds to be killed due to avian flu in Nebraska, America. Link

12th May 2015 - 1,000 birds dead, 12,000 killed due to avian flu in Betzet, Israel. Link

12th May 2015 - 20 TONS of dead fish found floating in a lagoon in Ursulo Galvan, Mexico. Link

12th May 2015 - Large amount of dead fish found in a river in Shenzhen, China. Link

12th May 2015 - 3 TONS of dead fish found in the waters in Lonate Pozzolo, Italy. Link

11th May 2015 - UPDATE: 5.7 MILLION birds now killed (or to be), after new outbreak in Minnesota, America. Link

11th May 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish washing up in Hamilton, Bermuda. Link

11th May 2015 - Mass die off of fish in fish farms in Xingbin District, China. Link

10th May 2015 - Thousands of dead fish wash up in the fjords of More og Romsdal, Norway. Link

10th May 2015 - 37 dead whales found washed ashore near the Gulf of Penas, Chile. LinkDead Whales in Chile

9th May 2015 - 2 TONS of fish have died in the Vam Co Dong River in Vietnam. Link

8th May 2015 - 100,000 dead fish found in a canal in Nagoya, Japan. Link also see Video

8th May 2015 - 4 MILLION birds to be killed in new outbreak of avian flu in Iowa, America. Link

8th May 2015 - 600,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Belize. Link

8th May 2015 - Dozens of dead waterbirds found washed ashore, 'never seen before' in Tonawanda, New York, America. Link

7th May 2015 - 400,000 birds killed since January due to avain flu in Plateau State, Nigeria. Link

7th May 2015 - 500+ cattle dead due to flooding in New South Wales, Australia. Link

7th May 2015 - Die off of ducks 'causes concern' on a lake, 'never seen before' in St Petersburg, Florida, America. Link

6th May 2015 - Hundreds of turtles continuing to die due to mysterious illness along the Bellinger River in NSW, Australia. Link

6th May 2015 - Mass die off of fish in a river in Zhangzhou, China. Link

5th May 2015 - Millions more birds infected with avian flu, 20 MILLION total, in Iowa, America. Link

5th May 2015 - Large amount of dead fish wash ashore again on San Roque Lake, Argentina. Link

5th May 2015 - Dozens of dead sea birds found at the mouth of a lagoon in Naples, Italy. Link

4th May 2015 - 152 dead or dying Penguins found along the coast during past 2 months, 'all malnourished' in Tres Arroyos, Argentina. Link

3rd May 2015 - 70,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Balikesir, Turkey. Link

3rd May 2015 - Large die off of fish in a river in Qingdao, China. Link

1st May 2015 - 23 Whales beached, 16 dead in Murdeira, Cape Verde. Link also Dead Whales in Cape VerdeVideo Here

1st May 2015 - 16 MILLION birds to be killed from outbreak of avian flu, 'state of emergency' in Iowa, America. Link

1st May 2015 - Thousands of dead fish found in Krishna river in India. Link

30th April 2015 - Large die off of fish found in the waters of Bocas del Toro Province, Panama. Link

30th April 2015 - Hundreds of fish dead due to algae in a lake in Jalisco, Mexico. Link

30th April 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish wash up in a river in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Link

29th April 2015 - Large die off of fish in a creek in Prachuap Khiri Khan, Thailand. Link

28th April 2015 - 20 MILLION fish have died due to volcano eruption in Los Lagos, Chile. Link

27th April 2015 - Massive die off of fish along 2km of reservoir in Cherepovets, Russia. Dead fish in RussiaLink

27th April 2015 - 200,000 birds to be killed in new outbreak of avian flu in Minnesota, America. Link

26th April 2015 - 2 TONS of fish, frogs and birds found dead on the shores of Lake Titicaca in Bolivia. Link

26th April 2015 - 8,000 Turkeys to be killed due to another outbreak of avian flu in Ontario, Canada. Link

25th April 2015 - Fish kill along the shores of a lake in Florida, America. Link

25th April 2015 - 71,000 birds to be killed due to avian flu in North Dakota, America. Link

25th April 2015 - Large die off of fish in a river in Harbin, China. Link

24th April 2015 - 2.6 MILLION birds killed due to avian flu, 'state of emergency' in Minnesota, America. Link

24th April 2015 - 4 dead whales wash ashore this month 'is a mystery' in Northern California, America. Link

24th April 2015 - 400 animals dead after flooding in Torres del Paine National Park, Chile. Link

23rd April 2015 - Thousands of dead starfish found on a beach in Cumbria, England. Link

22nd April 2015 - Hundreds of thousands of fish have died in farms along a river in Saraburi Fish dead in ThailandProvince, Thailand. Link

22nd April 2015 - Thousands of dead fish found washed up, 'a mystery' in Molde, Norway. Link

22nd April 2015 - Thousands of dead fish washing up on Ridgebury Lake in New York, America. Link

22nd April 2015 - 60,000 birds to be killed due to new outbreak of avian flu in Wisconsin, America. Link

22nd April 2015 - Large amount of dead fish washing ashore on Lake Champlain in Vermont, America. Link

22nd April 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish washing ashore in the waters of Hulan, China. Link

21st April 2015 - 5.3 MILLION hens to be killed due to avian flu in Iowa, America. Link

21st April 2015 - 4+ dolphins found washed up dead along the coast of Asturias, Spain. Link

21st April 2015 - Mass die off of fish occuring in a river and reservoir in Magdalena, Colombia. Link

21st April 2015 - Mass die off of fish in the Bobos river 'is alarming' in Mexico. Link

21st April 2015 - 52 TONS+ of dead fish wash up in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. LinkFish kill in Rio

20th April 2015 - Thousands of dead fish wash up along a lake in Florida, America. Link

20th April 2015 - Die off of shrimp due to disease in the south of Belize. Link

20th April 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish found floating on a lake in Pennsylvania, America. Link

19th April 2015 - 27,000 Chickens to be killed due to avian flu in Oxford County, Ontario, Canada. Link

18th April 2015 - Large die off of fish in a harbor, 'a disaster' in Omsk, Russia. Link

18th April 2015 - Hundreds of marine mammals, including seals and whales have washed up dead during winter in Quebec, Canada. Link

18th April 2015 - 250,000+ birds dead due to more outbreaks of avian flu in South Dakota, America. Link

18th April 2015 - 1,000+ cattle have died 'due to drought' in Ninh Thuan Province, Vietnam. Link

17th April 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish wash up on Nuns' Island in Quebec, Canada. Link

17th April 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish found in a pond in Bangalore, India. Link

17th April 2015 - Scores of dead dolphins and whales washing up 'is strange' along coast of France. Link

16th April 2015 - 200,000+ birds dead due to avian flu in Burkina Faso. Link

15th April 2015 - Thousands of fish dying due to algae in Norfolk, England. Link

15th April 2015 - Massive die off of fish in a reservoir in Longyan City, China. Link

15th April 2015 - Mass die off of fish along a canal in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Link

14th April 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish litter ponds across northern Pennsylvania in America. Link

14th April 2015 - 200,000 birds to be killed due to avian flu in Telangana, India. Link

13th April 2015 - Hundreds of birds killed in hail storm in Ahmedabad, India. Link

13th April 2015 - 20,000 birds dead, 180,000 to be killed due to bird flu in Wisconsin, America. Link

13th April 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish wash up on a lake in Connecticut, America. Link

12th April 2015 - Massive die off of jellyfish washed up on Rockaway Beach, Oregon, America. Link

12th April 2015 - Hundreds of thousands of fish have died suddenly in fish ponds in Guangdong, China. Link

11th April 2015 - 150 dolphins stranded, majority dead on a beach in Japan. LinkDead Dolphins in Japan

11th April 2015 - 1.2 Million birds dead due to avian flu, 'scientists puzzled', in Midwest America. Link

10th April 2015 - Large die off of fish in a river in Deli Serdang Regency, Indonesia. Link

9th April 2015 - 2,440 birds dead due to avian flu on a farm in Maradi, Niger. Link

8th April 2015 - 139,000 cattle and 3.88 Million birds killed since December due to disease in South Korea. Link

8th April 2015 - Fish kills littering ponds in western New York, America. Link

8th April 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish line ponds across Massachusetts, America. Link

8th April 2015 - 40,000 chickens dead in Muritiba and Varzedo, Brazil. Link

7th April 2015 - 600+ Water birds found dead on a lake in North Dakota, America. Link

7th April 2015 - 7,500 turkeys dead due to avian flu in Ontario, Canada. Link

7th April 2015 - 5,000 dead fish found floating in a pond in Lampang, Thailand. Link

6th April 2015 - 7,600 Geese dead due to avian flu in Taiwan, China. Link

6th April 2015 - Massive fish kill in Kolleru Lake in India. Link

6th April 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish found floating in the Kali Bein in India. Link

6th April 2015 - 12,000 birds killed due to avian flu in North Brabant, Netherlands. Link

6th April 2015 - Thousands of dead fish found in the Tagus River in Portugal. Link

5th April 2015 - Masses of dead fish found in mangroves in Santos, Brazil. Link

4th April 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish found in the Tonto River in Mexico. Link

4th April 2015 - 55,000 birds killed due to disease in the Northern District of Israel. Link

3rd April 2015 - Fish kill found in La Cienaga dam in Argentina. Link

3rd April 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish found in Bethlehem Township pond, 'never encountered before' in Pennsylvania, America. Link

3rd April 2015 - Thousands of dead fish found floating off Lantau Island, China. LinkDead fish in Lantau

2nd April 2015 - Die off of sea birds along Seward City coast, 'very thin and emaciated' in Alaska, America. Link

2nd April 2015 - Tons of fish die suddenly in a pond in Hai Duong, Vietnam. Link

2nd April 2015 - Fish kill in Wascana Lake in Regina, Canada. Link

2nd April 2015 - 53,000 turkeys to be killed due to avian flu in South Dakota, America. Link

2nd April 2015 - Thousands of 'blue button jellyfish' wash ashore on Pensacola Beach, Florida, America. Link

1st April 2015 - 75,000 birds dead after heavy rains in Chimborazo, Ecuador. Link

1st April 2015 - Tons of fish have died in fish farms along a river in Saraburi, Thailand. Link

1st April 2015 - Dead fish washing ashore for the past week in a lake in New Jersey, America. Link

1st April 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish wash up along Elizabeth river in Virginia, America. Link

1st April 2015 - Major fish kill found in a canal in Portmore, Jamaica. Link

31st March 2015 - Large die off of blackbirds near Picher in Oklahoma, America. Link

31st March 2015 - 5,800 birds dead due to avian flu in Gaza, Palestine. Link

31st March 2015 - Hundreds of chickens 'die suddenly' in Kulon Progo, Indonesia. Link

30th March 2015 - Mass die off of scallops in the bay of Pisco-Paracas, Peru. Link

30th March 2015 - 4,000+ hens have died due to avian flu in Agra, India. Link

30th March 2015 - Hundreds of thousands of fish have died in a fish farm in South Bangka, Indonesia. Link

30th March 2015 - Large amount of dead fish wash up in Sao Pedro da Aldeia, Brazil. Link

29th March 2015 - 4 TONS of fish found dead in ponds in Xiangtan, China. Link

28th March 2015 - Hundreds of thousands of dead fish wash up in Santa Marta, Dead fish in Santa MartaColombia. Link

28th March 2015 - 22,000 birds dead, 80,000+ to be killed due to outbreak of avian flu in Minnesota, America. Link

28th March 2015 - 100 Pelicans found dead 'due to avian flu' in the Danube Delta, Romania. Link

27th March 2015 - Fish kills continue to wash ashore along the Derwent river in Tasmania, Australia. Link

27th March 2015 - Masses of dead fish wash ashore in a reservoir in Guangxi, China. Link

27th March 2015 - 22,000 hens to be killed due to avian flu in Tzummarum, Netherlands. Link

26th March 2015 - 60,000 dead fish 'a mystery' in Ormelle, Italy. Link

26th March 2015 - Large fish kill in Spencer lake in Ohio, America. Link

26th March 2015 - Large fish kill in a river and lagoon in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Link

25th March 2015 - Sea birds found dead, 'stomachs littered with plastic' on Isle of May in Scotland. Link

25th March 2015 - Mass die off of fish in Madison lake, Ohio, America. Link

24th March 2015 - 21 Pelicans found dead 'due to bird flu' in Srebarna Nature Reserve, Bulgaria. Link and Here

24th March 2015 - Thousands of fish have died in the Vam Co Dong River, Vietnam. Link

23rd March 2015 - 20 Whales stranded, 12 dead in Bunbury Harbour, Australia. Link

21st March 2015 - 80 TONS of fish have died in a dam in Campoalegre, Colombia. Link

20th March 2015 - Die off of Geese 'due to harsh winter' across Rhode Island in America. Link

20th March 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish washing up every day at Geist Reservoir in Indiana, America. Link

20th March 2015 - 1,500 cattle dead due to drought in Bosconia, Colombia. Link

20th March 2015 - Fish kill on lake Jacqueline in Las Vegas, America. Link

19th March 2015 - Thousands of dead fish found covering part of the Kerian River in Dead fish in MalaysiaMalaysia. Link

19th March 2015 - Hundreds of ducks, other birds and eels found dead 'due to disease' in West Aukland, New Zealand. Link

19th March 2015 - Dozens of birds drop dead out of the sky in Hefei, China. Link

18th March 2015 - 50 TONS of fish have died in a lake in Dong Nai Province, Vietnam. Link

18th March 2015 - Thousands of dead fish found in a stream in Kielce, Poland. Link

18th March 2015 - Hundreds of birds killed due to avian flu in Thanh Hoa, Vietnam. Link

18th March 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish and a dolphin wash up along a beach in Outer Banks, N.Carolina, America. Link

18th March 2015 - Masses of dead fish continue to wash ashore in Montevideo, Uraguay. Link

17th March 2015 - 2,000+ snow geese drop dead out of sky in Idaho, America. Link

17th March 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish found in a canal in Tampico, Mexico. Link

16th March 2015 - Hundreds of birds dead from avian flu in Amethi, India. Link

16th March 2015 - Thousands of dead fish wash up in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia. Link

15th March 2015 - Mass die off of cattle due to drought in Araucania, Chile. Link

15th March 2015 - Masses of dead fish appear again on the shores of Lake San Roque in Cordoba, Argentina. Link

15th March 2015 - 55 dolphins and 4 sea lions found dead on a beach in San Felipe, Mexico. Link55 Dolphins dead in Mexico

15th March 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish wash up along Chesapeake Canal in America. Link

15th March 2015 - Massive die off of fish in a lake in Xiamen, China. Link

14th March 2015 - Massive die off of Salmon occuring in Marlborough Sounds, New Zealand. Link

13th March 2015 - 80,000 birds killed due to more outbreaks of avian flu in Taiwan, China. Link

13th March 2015 - 50 cattle have died 'mysteriously' causing shock in a village in eastern Botswana. Link

13th March 2015 - Large die off of fish in a lake 'due to disease' in Reeuwijk, Netherlands. Link

12th March 2015 - 40,000 birds to be killed due to avian flu in Arkansas, America. Link

12th March 2015 - 30,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Barneveld, Netherlands. Link

12th March 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish found floating in a lake in Yate, New Caledonia. Link

11th March 2015 - Hundreds of TONS of clams have died off, 'never happened before like this' in Ha Tinh, Vietnam. Link

11th March 2015 - 200+ TONS of dead fish wash ashore along the coast of Montevideo, 200 Tons of dead fish in UraguayUraguay. Link

10th March 2015 - Large die off of ducks during winter on Long Island, New York, America. Link

10th March 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish found floating in a pond in Uppsala, Sweden. Link

10th March 2015 - Tens of thousands of birds to be killed due to avian flu in Missouri, America. Link

9th March 2015 - Hundreds of dead turtles, plus hundreds of dead fish found in Bocas del Toro, Panama. Link

9th March 2015 - 250,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Monywa, Myanmar. Link

9th March 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish found on a beach in Tolu, Colombia. Link

9th March 2015 - 19 dead turtles found on Pulau Tiga Island in Malaysia. Link

9th March 2015 - 100+ cattle have died 'due to suspected grass poisoning' in Gujarat, India. Link

9th March 2015 - 10,000 fish have died in fish farms in Sikao, Thailand. Link

8th March 2015 - 550 dead animals (mainly deer) found, 'due to snow and cold' in Leon, Spain. Link

7th March 2015 - 1,450 Sea lion pups have washed ashore this year ill and dying - 'possibly 10,000 have died' in California, America. Link

7th March 2015 - Thousands of dead fish wash up in new die off in Lim Chu Kang, Singapore. Link

6th March 2015 - 600 TONS of dead fish due to algae in fish farms in the east of Singapore. Link

6th March 2015 - Massive die off of prawns, 'cause unknown' in Aroor, India. Link

6th March 2015 - 15,000 turkeys dead due to avian flu in Minnesota, America. Link

6th March 2015 - Hundreds of cattle are dead due to drought in southern Ecuador. Link

6th March 2015 - 10,000+ cattle dead due to flooding of the river Ebro in Spain. Link

5th March 2015 - Thousands of dead fish wash up on beaches in Buenos Aires, Argentina.Fish dead in Argentina Link

5th March 2015 - 12 turtles stranded, 3 dead, on a beach in Abruzzo, Italy. Link

5th March 2015 - 9,000+ birds are dead due to another avian flu outbreak in Bauchi State, Nigeria. Link

5th March 2015 - Thousands of dead fish wash up along Derwent river in Tasmania, Australia. Link

5th March 2015 - Thousands of dead fish found in Cabo Frio, Brazil. Link

5th March 2015 - 1,100 Birds killed due to avian flu outbreak in Mekong Delta, Vietnam. Link

4th March 2015 - 4.17 MILLION birds have been killed since January due to avian flu in Taiwan, China. Link

4th March 2015 - 300 Snow Geese have died this winter due to disease in Illinois, America. Link

4th March 2015 - Thousands of dead fish found on coast of East Java, Indonesia. Link

4th March 2015 - 23,500 Birds to be killed due to avian flu in Schwanewede, Germany. Link

4th March 2015 - INFO: 30 dolphins/whales and 54 turtles wash up dead during 2014 in Abruzzo, Italy. Link

3rd March 2015 - 'Lots' of dead turtles found on a beach in Piacabucu, Brazil. Link

3rd March 2015 - Thousands of dead fish, plus dead ducks found in a lagoon in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Link

3rd March 2015 - Large die off of fish 'due to cold weather' at 3 sites in Nova Scotia, Canada. Link

3rd March 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish found floating in a river in Hainan, China. Link

2nd March 2015 - 100,000 ducks killed due to avian flu in Fuzesgyarmat, Hungary. Link

2nd March 2015 - Thousands of TONS of shellfish have died off during past few years in Whangarei Harbour, New Zealand. Link

2nd March 2015 - 3 dead whales found washed ashore in Chennai, India. Link

2nd March 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish found in a pond in Aguascalientes, Mexico. Link

2nd March 2015 - Thousands of dead fish found washed up along Columbia River in Portland, America. Link

1st March 2015 - Dozens of birds drop dead out of the sky in Tennessee, America. Link

1st March 2015 - Masses of various marine creatures washing ashore dead on Pasir Ris beach in Dead creatures SingaporeSingapore. Link

1st March 2015 - Mass die off of fish and reptiles due to burst fuel pipe in Tabasco, Mexico. Link

28th February 2015 - 100 dead or dying turtles found in the Bellinger River in NSW, Australia. Link

28th February 2015 - 97 dead sea birds found along beaches of the North East coast of France. Link

28th February 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish found on the banks of a river in Uttar Pradesh, India. Link

27th February 2015 - 10,000 birds dead, 23,000 killed due to avian flu in Monywa, Myanmar. Link

26th February 2015 - Fish kill in 2 farm ponds in La Union, Philippines. Link

25th February 2015 - 5,000 Birds killed due to avian flu in Jigawa State, Nigeria. Link

25th February 2015 - Thousands of dead fish found, 'no explanation' in the port of Wolfersdorf, France. Link

25th February 2015 - 500 head of cattle dead from landslides in Northeast Afghanistan. Link

24th February 2015 - Masses of dead fish found floating in Guanabara Bay, Brazil. LinkDead fish in Brazil

24th February 2015 - Dozens of dead sea lions found on beaches in Malibu, California, America. Link

24th February 2015 - Thousands of dead fish wash up along Runmaro Island, 'never seen this before' in Sweden. Link

24th February 2015 - 130 Birds burnt alive while flying over solar farm in Nevada, America. Link

24th February 2015 - 50+ dead birds found along the waterways in Kapiti, New Zealand. Link

23rd February 2015 - 2,500 cattle dead due to 'unknown disease' in Pariang County, South Sudan. Link

23rd February 2015 - 21,000 ducks to be killed due to avian flu in Bekes, Hungary. Link and here

23rd February 2015 - Fish kill occuring off the coast of Pasir Ris, Singapore. Link

23rd February 2015 - Mass die off of fish found floating in the Gulf of Iskenderun, Turkey. Link

22nd February 2015 - Thousands of dead fish found floating in the Ganges, India. Link

21st February 2015 - Thousands of dead crabs wash ashore on Balboa Island, California, America. Link

20th February 2015 - 3,000 birds have died due to another outbreak of avian flu in Katsina State, Nigeria. Link

19th February 2015 - 800+ (Possibly thousands) of dead turtles wash up along Odisha (different from last years incident) in India. Link

19th February 2015 - 150-200 Reindeer dead after avalanche in Trollheimen, Norway. LinkDead Reindeer in Norway

19th February 2015 - Thousands of dead fish found in the Uraguay River in Argentina. Link

19th February 2015 - 417,041 birds killed due to avian flu throughout Nigeria. Link

18th February 2015 - 100,000 birds dead, more culled in latest outbreak of avian flu in Taiwan, China. Link

18th February 2015 - Dozens of swans found dead and more dying on Snoqualmie River in Washington, America. Link

18th February 2015 - Die off of fish in Araruama Lagoon in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Link

18th February 2015 - INFO: Spike in sick and dying bats 'sparks concern' in Broome, Australia. Link

18th February 2015 - Hundreds of fish 'suddenly die' in Georges River, 'reason unknown' in NSW, Australia. Link

17th February 2015 - 500 sheep have died from disease in Salento, Italy. Link

17th February 2015 - Fish kill discovered in Manila Bay, Philippines. Link

16th February 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish found in a dam in Castelo Branco, Portugal. Link

16th February 2015 - 4,500 Birds killed due to avian flu in Bauchi State, Nigeria. Link

16th February 2015 - Major fish kill found in a creek in Haute-Saone, France. Link

14th February 2015 - 1 out of every 3 seal pups born last summer have already died in California, America. Link - more here and here

14th February 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish found floating in a lake in Bongouanou, Cote d'Ivoire (Africa). Link

14th February 2015 - 140 Whales dead after 198 become stranded at Farewell Spit, Stranded whales New ZealandNew Zealand. Link

14th February 2015 - Dozens of dead birds found around Lake Rotorua in New Zealand. Link

13th February 2015 - Tens of tons of dead fish 'is a mystery' in Lake Singkarak, Indonesia. Link

11th February 2015 - 200 TONS of rock lobsters dead due to 'harmful algae' off coast of South Africa. Link

11th February 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish found in a river in Santa Catarina, Brazil. Link

11th February 2015 - Mass fish deaths in Lake Nasser in Sudan. Link

11th February 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish and birds found in a lagoon in General Baldissera, Argentina. Link

10th February 2015 - 2 Turtles found dead, 80 dead since January along the Adriatic coast of Italy. Link

10th February 2015 - Hundreds of cattle have died due to industrial pollution in Cosoleacaque, Mexico. Link

10th February 2015 - Thousands of dead starfish wash ashore on Isle of Palms in S.Carolina, America. Link

9th February 2015 - 7,000+ Birds killed due to avian flu in Hunan, China. LinkDead Starfish in S.Carolina

8th February 2015 - Thousands of pigeons dying in California, America. Link

7th February 2015 - 38 Dolphins stranded, 12 dead in a lagoon in Gaafu Dhaalu Atoll, Maldives. Link

7th February 2015 - Masses of dead fish wash ashore along beaches in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Link

7th February 2015 - Large die off of fish in a river in Fuzhou, China. Link

7th February 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish found in Bhogavati river in India. Link

7th February 2015 - 70 Monkeys found dead throughout Kheragarh in India. Link

6th February 2015 - Massive fish kills occuring along the Tebicuary River in Paraguay. Link

5th February 2015 - Hundreds of animals killed by a storm in Punta del Agua, Argentina. Link

5th February 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish appear, 'causing concern' in the Black river in Argentina. Link

4th February 2015 - 1.07 MILLION geese killed (more than half of geese population) due to avian flu in Taiwan, China. Link

4th February 2015 - 20,000 Chickens killed due to avian flu in Plateau State, Nigeria. Link

4th February 2015 - 16.5 TONS of fish 'die suddenly' in Lake Maninjau, Indonesia. Link

4th February 2015 - 33 Whales and Dolphins washed ashore this year already, 'we've never had so many strandings' in Ireland. Link

4th February 2015 - 45 dead Geese found 'due to fatal crash landing' in Hoeksche Waard, Netherlands. Link

3rd February 2015 - 135 turtles found dead between December and January, 'a very worrying situation' in Emilia-Romagna, Italy. Link

3rd February 2015 - Thousands of dead starfish wash up on a beach in Abergele, Wales. LinkDead Starfish in Wales

3rd February 2015 - 2,000+ Starfish wash up dead along Padre Island in Texas, America. Link

3rd February 2015 - 10,000 Chickens killed due to avian flu in Hampshire, England. Link

2nd February 2015 - Thousands of birds dying from disease at Walker Lake in Nevada, America. Link

2nd February 2015 - 3,000 fish found dead in Collie River in Western Australia. Link

2nd February 2015 - Massive die off of fish in a river in Istanbul, Turkey. Link

2nd February 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish found floating in Mississippi River in Iowa, America. Link

2nd February 2015 - 37,000 birds killed due to avian flu near Netanya, Israel. Link

2nd February 2015 - 50,000+ fish dead due to sewage pollution in Cartagena, Colombia. Link

1st February 2015 - INFO: 67 sick Sea Lions washed ashore already this year, 'no muscle, no fat, just skin and bones', 'it's a real shock' in California, America. Link

1st February 2015 - 10 dead whales during the past month 'baffle scientist' along south coast of Australia. Link

31st January 2015 - 150 turtles found dead along beaches in Baja California, Mexico. LinkDead Turtles in Mexico

30th January 2015 - INFO: 8 Million+ animals died in 2014 alone from vehicles in Belgium. Link

30th January 2015 - Hundreds of birds dying 'a mystery' in El Reno, Oklahoma, America. Link

29th January 2015 - 5,000 Birds to be killed due to avian flu in Washington State, America. Link

28th January 2015 - 60,000 fish dead due to pollution in a canal in Leicestershire, England. Link

28th January 2015 - Large die off of fish in a pond in Ambikapur, India. Link

28th January 2015 - 16 cows killed by lightning in Botucatu, Brazil. Link

27th January 2015 - 450 Turkeys dead, 8,000 culled due to bird flu in Kollam, India. Link

27th January 2015 - Mass stranding of dolphins, 4 or 5 dead along beaches in Pangasinan, Philippines. Link

27th January 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish found along the Ngaso river in Indonesia. Link

26th January 2015 - Hundreds of sea birds found dead on a beach in northern Iceland. Link

26th January 2015 - 350 turtles washed up dead during past 2 months 'is worrying' along Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Link

26th January 2015 - 300 Birds dead 'due to hailstorm' in Ivaipora, Brazil. Link

26th January 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish appear in a dam in Apodaca, Mexico. Link

26th January 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish found in a river in Saint-Loup-de-Gonois, France. Link

24th January 2015 - 40,000 turkeys to be killed due to avian flu in Sharon Region, Israel. Link

24th January 2015 - 4 TONS of fish die suddenly in fish ponds in Guangzhou, China. Link

23rd January 2015 - 10,000 dead fish found in the Lujan River in Argentina. Link

23rd January 2015 - 5,000+ dead fish in Oyster Creek in New Jersey, America. Link

23rd January 2015 - Large amount of dead fish found along an estuary in Bay of Plenty, New Zealand. Link

22nd January 2015 - Thousands of dead jellyfish wash up on Redcliffe Peninsula, Australia. Dead Jellyfish in AustraliaLink

22nd January 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish appear in canals in Padre Island, Texas, America. Link

21st January 2015 - 22,573 birds killed due to avain flu in 7 states across Nigeria. Link

21st January 2015 - 73,000 birds killed due to avain flu in Kyushu, Japan. Link

21st January 2015 - 200 Birds dead covered in 'mystery goo' in California, America. Link

21st January 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish found in ponds in Brownsville, Texas, America. Link

20th January 2015 - Mass die off of Tuna at a sea life park 'baffle experts' in Tokyo, Japan. Link

20th January 2015 - Hundreds of dead mackerel found in a lake in Nova Scotia, Canada. Link

20th January 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish appear in a canal in San Justo, Argentina. Link

19th January 2015 - Another 220,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Taiwan, China. Link

19th January 2015 - Massive fish kill along a Canal in Fort Myers, Florida, America. Link

19th January 2015 - Thousands of dead fish found in a river 'baffle authorities' in Gorakhpur, India. Link

19th January 2015 - 30 Bighorn sheep are dead 'due to pneumonia' in Montana, America. Link

19th January 2015 - Large die off of fish in a lake in Hanoi, Vietnam. Link

19th January 2015 - Thousands of fish die in a lake in Paranaita, Brazil. Link

18th January 2015 - 314 turtles wash ashore dead along beaches in Chennai, India. Link

18th January 2015 - Fish kill found in the waters of Holstein in Switzerland. Link

17th January 2015 - 100,000 turkeys killed due to avian flu in Aviel, Israel. Link

16th January 2015 - Dozens of sea birds found dead on a beach in ConCon, Chile. Link

16th January 2015 - 14 whales and 16 turtles washed up dead in Baja California, Mexico. LinkDead Whales and Turtles Mexico

16th January 2015 - 200,000 chickens killed due to avian flu in Okayama, Japan. Link

15th January 2015 - Thousands (8 TONS) of fish wash up dead along beaches in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Link

15th January 2015 - 10,000 fish have died 'due to algae' in Lake Mission Viejo, California, America. Link

14th January 2015 - 160,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Taiwan, China. Link

14th January 2015 - 554 sea birds and 4 sea lions found dead on beaches in Baja California, Mexico. Link

13th January 2015 - 20,000 birds have died from avian flu in Jiangxi, China. Link

13th January 2015 - Dozens of birds found dead in Sultanpur National Park, India. Link

12th January 2015 - 2,000 Cattle are dead due to disease in Jonglei State, South Sudan. Link

12th January 2015 - Hundreds of pigeons are 'falling dead out of the sky' in Antrim, Northern Ireland. Link

10th January 2015 - Thousands of dead starfish wash up in Westerland, Dead Starfish in GermanyGermany. Link

10th January 2015 - Thousands of dead fish found in a river in Oaxaca, Mexico. Link

10th January 2015 - Thousands of fish dead 'due to pollution' in a canal in Leicestershire, England. Link

10th January 2015 - Thousands of dead fish found in a lake in Jabalpur, India. Link

9th January 2015 - 1,370 birds dead due to avian flu in Kano, Nigeria. Link

8th January 2015 - Thousands of birds 'die suddenly' due to avian flu in Lendah, Indonesia. Link

8th January 2015 - 150 Birds dead due to oil spill in Northwest Ohio, America. Link

7th January 2015 - UPDATE: 100,000+ dead seabirds found since October along west coast of America. Link

7th January 2015 - Hundreds of animals dead from wildfires in Southern Australia. Link

6th January 2015 - 10 dead beacked whales during the past couple of weeks 'baffle experts' on West Coast of Scotland. Link

6th January 2015 - Thousands of fish have died in Sher Shah lake in India. Link

6th January 2015 - Hundreds (possibly thousands) of dead snapper fish found, 'a mystery' in Doubtless Bay, New Zealand. Link

4th January 2015 - Thousands of fish have died in a fish farm in Kampung Baru, Malaysia. Link

2nd January 2015 - 7 Turtles found washed up dead during past week in Cattolica and Rimini, Italy. Link

2nd January 2015 - Large amount of dead fish wash ashore on a lake in Carlos Paz, Argentina. Link

2nd January 2015 - Thousands of dead birds washing ashore along the coast between California and Washington in America. Link

2nd January 2015 - Hundreds of dead fish found in a lake in Nevada, America. Link
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« Reply #443 on: June 13, 2015, 10:19:46 am »

Dead Penguins washing up on same Uraguayen beaches were 200 tons of dead fish washed up earlier in the year

Translated from Spanish.
Dozens of dead penguins have appeared in the last three days on the shores of the Uruguayan departments of Rocha and Maldonado, east of the country, due to migration flows?
Although the phenomenon is maintained between the parameters of the "usual", explained the coordinator of Dinara, Graciela Fabiano, will be closely following the issue and be in constant contact with other agencies.
In the case of the National Directorate of Environment (DINAMA) and the specialized units in the subject at the University of the Republic (Udelar).
Also, Fabiano said that the number of dead birds likely to increase in the coming days due to weather conditions such as wind gusts.
He denied that pollution factors are blame at the moment even so, more than 200 tons of dead fish washed up in the same area 4 months ago, see here

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TV: Emergency survey underway along West Coast, marine life being affected “in ways never seen before” — CBS: “Unusual increase in dolphin, sea lion, and seabird deaths” — Thought to be largest toxic bloom “anywhere, ever” — Worry that impacts on fish to last several years (VIDEO)

CBS, Jun 17, 2015 (emphasis added): A toxic algae bloom spreading off the Pacific coast could be the largest one scientists have ever seen. “It’s definitely the largest bloom of this particular algae seen on the West Coast, possibly anywhere, ever” Raphael Kudela, a professor of ocean sciences at the University of California Santa Cruz, told CBS News… “Currently what we’re seeing is this large bloom taking place from about Santa Barbara all the way up to Alaska,” said Kudela… “We’ve been keeping track since the beginning of May.”… But the size of this bloom surprised even him. “It’s over such a large area. You typically don’t see these blooms up in Alaska. They’re having to deal with something they’re not used to dealing with.”… Already, animal rescue centers along the coast are seeing an unusual increase in sea lion, dolphin and pelican deaths…

Vancouver Sun, Jun 22, 2015: Toxic algae bloom west of Vancouver Island threatens salmon… The bloom stretches along the Pacific coast from California to B.C… the cause is unknown… An additional concern relates to salmon stock. The bloom has almost no crustaceans… which is worrisome, [Ian Perry, a research scientist with Fisheries and Oceans Canada] said… “with the lack of crill [sic] and other crustaceans, there is a concern they won’t find as much food”… consequences could be seen in lower salmon stocks returning to rivers in two to four years, he said.

L.A. Times, Jun 19, 2015: Toxic algae bloom shuts down West Coast fisheries…  A recent, huge bloom of algae off the West Coast has killed sea birds and sickened marine mammals from Central to Northern California, experts found…

Daily Breeze, Jun 20, 2015: The West Coast is in the midst of the most prolific toxic algal outbreak ever recorded, said Vera Trainer, manager of the Marine Biotoxin Program at NOAA… What makes it even more unusual is that other debilitating toxins have been found alongside it — in some cases infecting the same animals…

Spokesman Review, Jun 17, 2015: A toxic algae bloom that’s unprecedented is range is affecting marine life from Central California toward Alaska… Now, its effects are spreading to mammals. In recent video… a sea lion is shown having seizures. NOAA researchers say they have never seen this before on… Washington’s coast.

KING 5 Seattle transcript, June 17, 2015: Washington scientists are conducting an emergency survey of an unprecedented toxic algae bloom in the Pacific, the bloom is so big it extends from Southern California to Alaska… It’s affecting marine life in ways never seen before… (Dr. Vera Trainer, manager of NOAA’s Marine Biotoxin Program): “A sea lion with his head arched back and bobbing, he’s basically having seizures… We’re seeing effects on the marine ecosystem that we haven’t seen before.”… Now it’s effects are spreading to mammals. (Trainer): “I think it’s scary, when we start seeing marine mammals suffering from these toxins, they’re not that far in the food chain from us.”…  It’s the first recorded in Washington to react like this. And researchers know it won’t the last. (Trainer): “This is just one animal that was found on the beach. You wonder what other animals that are not on the beaches — what’s happening to them?”

Dr. Vera Trainer, NOAA: “All the signs are pointing to this being a really unusual event that is very widespread… It really seems like this algal bloom is lurking offshore, not getting dissipated by storms and weather… So it looks like it will stay like this. But it’s still too early to say that it’s linked to warm water… I wouldn’t be surprised if this has influence over our entire coastline, with varying intensity at different parts.”
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NBC: Sea creatures swarming ashore from San Diego to San Fran. — CBS: Millions of dead blanketing miles of coastline, “like a red carpet… 12-16 inches thick… never seen anything like this” — ABC: We wonder if they’re sick, or it’s something in ocean? Scientists don’t have an explanation (PICS & VIDEO)

NBC (Weather Channel) transcript, Jun 16, 2015 (emphasis added): “From San Diego to San Francisco, creatures from the sea are swarming ashore… large slugs are showing up on Bay Area beaches… In the San Diego area, local beaches have taken on a reddish tint… crabs have washed ashore.”

NBC (Weather Channel), Jun 16, 2015: A pair of bizarre invasions have left California beachgoers perplexed… Large purple blobs… known as sea hares [and] hundreds of miles to the south… tuna crabs washed ashore.

ABC News transcript, Jun 16, 2015: Like something from a science fiction movie, the invasion of the purple blob… [Experts] tell us it’s unusual to see these slugs show up [over] an extended period of time. Morgan Dill: “We’ve been seeing them wash up since September, going all through winter, and now even more in spring. Perhaps it’s because of the warmer water?”… The slugs are among the creatures that have been mysteriously showing up on land. A number of whales have been beached in the area recently.

CBS News, Jun 17, 2015: Millions of red tuna crabs invade California… overwhelming beaches in Orange County… Ben Tracy says these crabs are trying to tell us something… crabs are so thick in places… “It looked like a red carpet — a good foot-to-16 inches thick. It kinda took me back, [I've never seen anything like this before].”

CBS LA, Jun 16, 2015: Countless red tuna crabs have washed ashore… covering the Orange County coastline… conditions few [fisherman] have seen in their lifetimes.

Coastline Pilot, Jun 18, 2015: The critters beached before… but Sunday’s activity in Huntington was unusual, said Marine Safety Lt. Michael Beuerlein, who had not seen a similar occurrence in 34 years with the city.

NPR, Jun 17, 2015: There’s something strange happening along the coast of So. California. It’s the latest in a string of rare phenomena… [a] red line cutting across the sand for miles… last time there was a major sighting of pelagic crabs was back in the ’80s.

Orange County Register, Jun 15, 2015: [They] showed up in early January and again in February on Balboa Island, fascinating marine scientists… Experts said the crabs… haven’t been seen in the area for decades… crabs are the latest in a year of odd sightings along the coast… Rocky Neidhardt, chef at The Shack on San Clemente Pier, said it looked like “millions” of the crabs were in the water, with more along the beaches.

ABC San Diego, Jun 15, 2015: The big question many people have is why are they washing ashore? “We’re wondering whats wrong, whether they’re sick or whether there’s something in the water? And why are they all washed up?”… Researchers with Scripps Institute of Oceanography don’t have an explanation… not sure yet if it’s connected to the developing El Nino… Researchers are still running tests, they should know more next week.
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Rarely seen beaked whale washes ashore in Massachusetts
Scientists are trying to figure out how a beaked whale usually confined to deep water washed up on the shore Friday in Plymouth, Mass.


Swimmers and sunbathers on Jones Beach in Plymouth, Mass. were joined Friday by an unexpected guest: a rarely-seen beaked whale.

The 17-foot-long female whale weighing almost a ton had died by the time it washed up on the beach. The New England Aquarium said it believes the animal was a Sowerby’s beaked whale, a species of deep-water whale that inhabits northern waters and virtually never approaches the shore.

The aquarium said in a statement Saturday that beaked whales are “so rarely seen that New England Aquarium biologists have been conferring to determine the exact species,” according to the Boston Globe. The aquarium has not seen a beaked whale in close to a decade, the statement said. Usually, sightings of Sowerby’s beaked whales are limited to fishermen who find the whales caught in their nets.

“It’s a glimpse into a habitat that’s not so far away, but it’s still a world away,” aquarium spokesman Tony LaCasse told the Boston Herald of the sighting. “They live in a world of their own.”

As of Saturday, the aquarium and the International Fund for Animal Welfare were jointly conducting a necropsy on the whale, which upon initial examination showed no signs of having collided with a boat or become tangled in fishing gear, the Globe reported. The carcass’s “fresh,” “good” condition combined with its unusual location have biologists questioning the “how” and the “why” behind the whale’s appearance.

“They’re very, very rare,” Mr. LaCasse told the Herald. “It’s definitely one of those things you’re not quite sure what to make of,” he said.

Plymouth harbormaster Chad Hunter told the Globe officials were alerted Friday at around 10 a.m. that a whale had washed up onto the beach. But during low tide, the whale was stuck on rocks and could not be moved. When high tide came around 5 p.m. that day, the whale was towed to the pier and crane-lifted onto a trailer to be taken away by the aquarium.

Mary Kate McHugh DiLoreto, a regular beach walker, posted a picture of the whale to Facebook, calling the sighting “very cool.”

Sowerby’s beaked whales are not believed to be rare – just rarely spotted. According to the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, sightings are uncommon and biologists know little about the whale despite the fact that it is one of the most frequently stranded species. Massachusetts marks the southern border of the whale’s habitat; in the west, it extends up to Labrador, Canada, and in the east, it ranges from Iceland to Norway.

LaCasse told the Globe the sighting offers “a glancing insight into a marine species that not much is known of.”
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Toxic algae blooming in warm water from California to Alaska

 A vast bloom of toxic algae off the West Coast is denser, more widespread and deeper than scientists feared even weeks ago, according to surveyors aboard a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration research vessel.

This coastal ribbon of microscopic algae, up to 40 miles wide and 650 feet deep in places, is flourishing amid unusually warm Pacific Ocean temperatures. It now stretches from at least California to Alaska and has shut down lucrative fisheries. Shellfish managers on Tuesday doubled the area off Washington's coast that is closed to Dungeness crab fishing, after finding elevated levels of marine toxins in tested crab meat.

So-called "red tides" are cyclical and have happened many times before, but ocean researchers say this one is much larger and persisting much longer, with higher levels of neurotoxins bringing severe consequences for the Pacific seafood industry, coastal tourism and marine ecosystems.

Dan Ayres, coastal shellfish manager for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, said the area now closed to crab fishing includes more than half the state's 157-mile-long coast, and likely will bring a premature end to this year's coastal crab season.

"We think it's just sitting and lingering out there," said Anthony Odell, a University of Washington research analyst who is part of a NOAA-led team surveying the harmful algae bloom, which was first detected in May. "It's farther offshore, but it's still there."

The survey data should provide a clearer picture of what is causing the bloom which is brownish in color, unlike the blue and green algae found in polluted freshwater lakes. Marine detectives already have a suspect: a large patch of water running as much as 3 degrees centigrade warmer than normal in the northeast Pacific Ocean, nicknamed "the blob."

"The question on everyone's mind is whether this is related to global climate change. The simple answer is that it could be, but at this point it's hard to separate the variations in these cycles," said Donald Boesch, professor of marine science at the University of Maryland who is not involved in the survey. "Maybe the cycles are more extreme in the changing climate."

"There's no question that we're seeing more algal blooms more often, in more places, when they do occur, they're lasting longer and often over greater geographical areas. We're seeing more events than documented decades ago," said Pat Glibert, professor at Horn Point Laboratory, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science.

Odell recently completed the first leg of the survey, mostly in California waters. On Wednesday, researchers plan to continue monitoring the sea between Newport, Oregon, and Seattle. The vessel will then go to Vancouver Island, wrapping up in early September. Another research ship is taking samples off Alaska.

The brownish bloom was particularly thick off the coast of Santa Barbara, California, and Odell said it was unusually dominated by one type of algae called Pseudo-nitzschia, which can produce the neurotoxin domoic acid.

"It's an indication of an imbalance," said Vera Trainer, a research oceanographer with the Northwest Fisheries Science Center in Seattle. "Too much of any one thing is not healthy for anybody to eat."

Trainer said this bloom is the worst she's seen in 20 years of studying them. Harmful algal blooms have usually been limited to one area of the ocean or another, and have disappeared after a few weeks. This one has grown for months, waxing and waning but never going away.

"It's been incredibly thick, almost all the same organism. Looks like a layer of hay," said Raphael Kudela, a professor of ocean sciences at University of California, Santa Cruz.

The current bloom also involves some of the highest concentrations of domoic acid yet observed in Monterey Bay and other areas of the West Coast.

"It's really working its way into the food web and we're definitely seeing the impacts of that," Kudela said, noting that sea lions are getting sick and pelicans are being exposed. And now that the Pacific is experiencing its periodic ocean warming known as El Nino, it may come back even stronger next year, he said.

Domoic acid is harmful to people, fish and marine life. It accumulates in anchovies, sardines and other small fish as well as shellfish that eat the algae. Marine mammals and fish-eating birds in turn can get sick from eating the contaminated fish. In people, it can trigger amnesic shellfish poisoning, which can cause permanent loss of short-term memory in severe cases.

State health officials stress that seafood bought in stores is still safe to eat because it is regularly tested. While there have been no reports of human illnesses linked to this year's bloom, authorities aren't taking chances in fisheries with dangerous toxin levels.

California public health officials have warned against eating recreationally harvested mussels and claims, or any anchovy, sardines or crabs caught in waters off Monterey, Santa Cruz and Santa Barbara counties. Other shellfish harvests are shut down along Oregon's coast.

The most recent samples showed the highest-ever recorded concentrations of domoic acid in the internal organs of Dungeness crab, Ayres said.

"This is really unprecedented territory for us," said Ayres.


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http://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/dead-whales-washing-up-stranded-alaska-gulf-warmer-water-pacific/52033116
Scientists Baffled as 30 Large Whales Die in Mild Alaska Waters
8/28/15

Scientists are baffled as to what may be causing a high volume of whale deaths in the Gulf of Alaska this summer.

From May 2015 to mid-August, 30 large whales have stranded in the region, triggering an investigation into the cause of the "unusual mortality event," the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's National Marine Fisheries Service said in a statement.

"To date, this brings the large whale strandings for this region to almost three times the historical average," NOAA said.

The 11 fin whales, 14 humpback whales, one gray whale and four unidentified cetaceans have stranded along the shores of the Gulf of Alaska where water temperatures have consistently been above average for the four-month period.

In all of 2014, just five large whale strandings were reported in the western Gulf of Alaska.

Out of the 30 spotted whales, only one has been sampled as of Aug. 14. Most carcasses were floating and irretrievable, NOAA said.

While different species of whales prefer various climates, the fin whale and humpback whale can be found in most of the world's oceans. Humpback whales migrate to temperate and even polar waters during the summer before migrating back to tropical waters in the winter, according to the American Cetacean Society (ACS).

While fin whales are believed follow a similar pattern, taking to colder areas in the summer for feeding, the ACS said recent evidence suggests they may disperse across deep ocean waters.

In May when the strandings began, water temperatures in the region hovered a couple of degrees above normal in the mid-40s F, AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Tom Kines said.

"Current water temperatures are also couple of degrees above normal," he said.
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Anthrax kills 300 buffaloes in Kenya and mysterious disease kills 100 goats in India

Mysterious disease outbreaks are killing large numbers of animals.
Anthrax kills 300 buffaloes in Kenya and mysterious disease kills 100 goats in India.

s reported by Outbreak News Today, anthrax has killed over 300 buffaloes in Lake Nakuru National Park in Kenya. The outbreak is ongoing and the number of animals affected is steadily growing. The mass die-off has about 10% of the 4500 buffaloes living in the reserve. Other animals like rhinos, Rothschild giraffes, elands, impalas, warthogs and Thomson gazelles have also been touched by the Anthrax outbreak.

In India, now, a mysterious disease is killing goats and panic farmers. Symptoms of cold and fever were diagnosed for all dead goats. As for the Anthrax outbreak in Africa, it seems that the Indian goats contracted the disease after grazing and only at night.

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