Mysterious Mass Animal Deaths All Over the World
Millions of birds, fish, crabs and other small marine life have been turning up dead in massive numbers from the United States, through Europe and down to South America.
Blackbirds fell out of the sky on New Year's Eve in Arkansas. In the days that followed, 2 million fish died in the Chesapeake Bay, 150 tons of red tilapia in Vietnam, 40,000 crabs in Britain and other places across the world.
In the past eight months, the U.S. Geological Survey's National Wildlife Health Center has logged 95 mass wildlife die-offs in North America and that's probably a dramatic undercount, officials say.
Officials said about 50 jawdaws have been found dead on a street in Falkoping, Sweden on Jan. 5.
This Jan. 3, 2011 photo provided by the Maryland Department of the Environment shows dead fish, mostly spot, along with a few small croaker, at Northwest Creek on Kent Island in Stevensville, Md. State officials say an estimated two million fish have been reported dead south of the Bay Bridge since last week.
Dead fish were found floating in the water at Rodrigo de Freitas lagoon in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on Feb. 27, 2010. The death of the fish could be the result of an abrupt temperature change, falling 10 degrees centigrade in 24 hours or possibly due to pollution, experts said. Thirty tons of dead fish were removed from the waters.
Sea Gulls feed amongst tens of thousands of dead Sea Urchins washed up on Malibu beach, which is closed to swimmers after recent rains caused the water to be contaminated, before the dedication ceremony for the iconic Malibu Surfrider Beach to become the first "World Surfing Reserve" (WSR), in Malibu on Oct. 9, 2010.
Dead Pogies float in a fish kill in a pass near Bay Joe Wise on the Louisiana coast, Sept. 16, 2010. It is the second fish kill discovered in lower Plaquemines Parish in the past week.
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About 200 birds found dead in Arkansas City for second straight New Year's Eve.
Last New Year's Eve, roughly 5,000 birds were found dead in a square-mile area in Beebe.
The list includes:
•900 some turkey vultures that seemed to drown and starve in the Florida Keys.
•4,300 ducks killed by parasites in Minnesota.
•1,500 salamanders done in by a virus in Idaho.
•2,000 bats that died of rabies in Texas.
•And the still mysterious death of 2,750 sea birds in California.
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1,500 birds die crashing into Utah parking lot, roads
Thousands of eared grebes, a duck-like aquatic bird, were migrating toward Mexico when they apparently mistook solid areas around Cedar City and St. George as water.
Bird Death Mystery: More Dying Birds Fall from Louisiana Sky just 300 miles away from Beebe, Ark., where thousands of dying birds fell from the sky this past weekend, Louisiana officials revealed that hundreds of birds were found dead Monday.
In rural Arkansas reports have surfaced of over 100,000 drum fish suddenly dying off roughly 100 miles west of the massive bird die-off.
An Arkansas Game and Fish Commission spokesman says dead drum fish now cover a 20-mile section of the Arkansas River near Ozark.
Radioactive debris from Japan, Solar flairs, Climate change, Fireworks, or Pollution
Nothing unusual just Weather Balloons…..