Mass Animal Deaths (updated): June 2011
(June 30) Dead fish are washing up on the shores of Owasco and Cayuga lakes in the state of New York in unusually high numbers, but water quality experts say there’s no cause for alarm. Several residents have reported finding numerous dead carp between one and two feet long on their waterfront property. Water quality experts believe the most likely explanation is a disease called koi herpes virus (KHV), which surfaced in this area around 2003.
(June 22) Hundreds of cattle including sheep, goats, cows, buffaloes and camels have died of mysterious diseases in a month in different villages of Kachho area lying between Khirthar mountain range in the west and the plains along the river Indus on the east side in Dadu, Pakistan. According to the villagers so far the dead animals included 700 goats, 300 sheep, 40 cows, 25 buffaloes and 15 camels.
(June 15) It appears the hot weather is mostly to blame for hundreds of dead fish floating in Appling Lake in Memphis, Tennessee.
(June 19) Hundreds of fish line the shore of Shadowpoint Pond in The Woodlands near Houston, Texas where between 1,800 and 3,000 fish were found dead June 19. Plankton are likely the cause of the fish kill.
(June 17) Hundreds of dead fish was found floating in the river Des Peres in South St. Louis, Missouri. The dead fish stretch for more than a half mile North of Gravois. Conservation experts say when the rising Mississippi backs up into the river Des Peres the water can stagnate, lose the oxygen and the fish die, a disturbing sight to people who live nearby. Watch YouTube Video HERE.
(June 16) Nearly 1,000 dead fish were found floating in Ridley Park Lake last weekend, and more dead fish were found in Crum Creek in Swarthmore, Philadelphia. With water samples showing no sign of a problem, the multi-species fish kill remains a mystery.
(June 10) The Kuwait Society for Protection of Environment says fish are continuing to die in large numbers in the Arabian Gulf waters, reports Al-Mustaqbal daily.
(June 10) As many as 600 Magallan penguins on their own to Brazilian waters have been found dead on Uruguayan coasts; authorities said they also spotted turtles, several albatros, and dolphins, in addition to the large amount of penguins. Scientists are baffled; though it is not unusual to have dead sea life in the area, it is very unusual to have such large numbers, as well as the fact that no small animals have washed up ashore, only large animals.
(June 8) People of central Marovo lagoon (Solomon Islands) were baffled over the sightings of dead fish floating in the lagoon for at least 3 days, reports Solomon Star News.
(June 8) Federal environmental regulators say, they might never know what led to a fish kill in the Ogeechee River in Georgia. Although the kill was caused by a common bacteria it might be impossible to know for certain what made the fish suceptible to the bacteria in the first place.
(June 8) Hundreds of dead fish were found floating in the Pavana river near Ravet and other areas of India.
(June 8) An estimated 100,000 menhaden washed up on the beaches in Ocean City; they appear to have been dead for a least a week, said a spokeswoman for the Maryland Department of the Environment. Water quality doesn’t seem to have been a factor since other fish species in the area appear to be fine, Stoltzfus said.
(June 7) Those who pass Hanoi’s most romantic road – Thanh Nien (Youth) road – these days have to hold their noses or their breath because of the bad smell from the lake. Newly dead fish float to the lake’s shore every morning. This is not the first time this phenomenon happens. In June 2009 and March 2010, fish also died en massive in the lake, causing heavy pollution.
(June 5) More mass fish kill incidents are now reported in some parts of Angat Dam in Bulacan, Batangas and Mestizo River in Ilocos Sur in the Philippines.
(June 3) The sudden and mysterious deaths of thousands of fish in the Buyuk Menderes Riveris causing major concern for the authorities, farmers and residents of Aydin in Turkey.
(June 3) From Louisville to Cincinnati to Dayton to Cleveland, bthere have been thousands upon untold thousands of earthworms within a 300 mile region suddenly coming out of the ground which have subsequently ‘fried’ on the surface from the rays of the sun.
(June 2) Thousands of dead starfish and other sea creatures washed up on the Talacre Beach, Flintshire, in North Wales. A ranger commented that they have just come to the end of their life cycle, died after mating and spawning and have lain dead in the sea for a long time.
(June 2) More dead marine species (dead shrimps, biya, crabs, eel, and marine species locally called as mu-ang and pauto) in Taal Lake, near the Taal Volcano in the Phillipines, have started to float after the initial May 28 report. The lake’s oxygen level has dropped to 3.71 parts per million, way below the normal level of 6 PPM. In addition to the 375 tons of dead milk fish (bangus) reported on May 28, now an additional 200 tons of dead fish has been reported. That is equivalent to 2,240,000 pounds.
(June 1) Kazakhstan Today reports that 442 saiga antelope – including 360 does and 82 calves – were found dead in May. Like a year ago, they fell victim to pasteurellosis, an infection that afflicts the lungs. Last year the mysterious epidemic wiped out 12,000 of these critically endangered animals. (Source: Scientific American)
(June 1) A 44-foot long male sperm whale was found washed up on Redcar beach in UK. Extensive efforts were made to save the massive mammal but it later died.
(May 28) Mystery disease kills 300 sheep within an hour in Saudi Arabis. A Saudi farmer in the western town of Qunfudha went into his barn to take his sheep on their daily pasturing and was shocked to find all of them dead.
END TIMES TRUTH
Ezekiel 38:20 “The fish of the sea, the birds of the sky, the animals of the field, every creature that crawls on the ground, and every human being on the face of the earth will tremble before Me. The mountains will be thrown down, the cliffs will collapse, and every wall will fall to the ground.”
Job 12:8 “Or speak to the earth, and it will instruct you; let the fish of the sea inform you. “
Exodus 7:18 “The fish in the Nile will die, and the river will stink; the Egyptians will not be able to drink its water.” Exodus 7:21 “The fish in the Nile died, and the river smelled so bad that the Egyptians could not drink its water. Blood was everywhere in Egypt.”