Mass Animal Deaths (August 2011): Part I
(Aud 11) It was a bit of a mystery as hundreds of birds were found dead yesterday in the Oklahoma town of Broken Arrow. Tulsa County and state experts say severe weather is to blame.
(Aug 10) A giant rare whale has washed up on a beach at a British beauty spot. The 55ft fin whale – the world’s second largest animal and a globally-endangered species – washed ashore at Lynmouth, Devon. Read more HERE.
(Aug 10) A North Shore car dealer and a conservation group are coming together to clean up a stream where scores of salmon were found dead last month. On July 8, many dead Coho and Cutthroat juveniles were spotted in Upper Mackay Creek in North Vancouver, Canada.
(Aug 8) Time is running out for a massive baby humpback whale which took a wrong turn at an Australian beach – and lost his mother.The not-so-little lost boy, who weighs 1.5 tons and is thought to be just a week old, was discovered in the early hours of this morning, spurring a 10-hour rescue operation.Read more HERE.
(Aug 10) Dead fish wash up along a barrier in the Grand River below Fort Gibson Dam in Phoenix, Arizona. Fisheries biologists said the fish kill, which primarily affected the striped bass population, likely was caused by excessive heat. Striped bass reportedly are less tolerant to heat than other game fish found here.
(Aug 9) About 2000 fish died in the algae bloom at Chipman’s Pond in Laure, Delware and more fish kills will occur unless there’s a change in the weather.
(Aug 9) More than a ton of dead fish, mainly carp and mullet, were found floating in the River Segura on Monday, close to the mouth of the river at Guardamar in Spain. Conservationists are still unclear as to the cause of death but a spokesman said that it is likely to be one of two things, either as a result of the high temperatures in recent days which reduces the oxygen in the water and produces asphyxiation or due to the increasing use of agricultural pesticides in the region.
(Aug 9) Visitors to Taman Bandar Indera Mahkota lake in Kuantan, Malaysia, had a rude shock when they saw hundreds of dead black tilapia floating in the man-made feature. The rotting fish was emitting a stench and had turned the water murky.
(Aug 8) Recent visitors at Shelby Farms Park in Memphis, Tennessee, have noted over the past several days the large number of dead fish in the lake. It’s not the first time this summer that a large-scale fish kill has been reported. The same thing happened in June at Appling Lake in Bartlett. Hot weather is the likely cause of this latest fish kill. Watch video HERE.
(Aug 8) The smell of dead fish lurks in the air near the River Des Peres in south St. Louis, Missouri, due to the hot and dry weather keeping the river waterless for the most part.
(Aug 5) The Metropolitan Water Reclamation District spent the morning fishing several dozen dead gizzard shad from the north branch of the Chicago River.
(Aug 4) More than 14 sharks washed ashore just a little more than a mile down Montrose Beach in South Alabama.The exact cause of death remains a mystery, but researchers said salinity really affects these fish, and anything from a pulse of fresh water or extremely dry weather can change the amount of salt in the water. Watch video HERE.
(Aug 3) Massive quantities of dead fish were found in lakes near Batumi in the Republic of Georgia during the last two days. The cause was asphyxia, the decrease of oxygen concentration in the water due to intense heat, the Ministry of the Environment told media.
(Aug 3) “About 300 dead fish.” said 20-year resident Gloria Espinoza, whose home backs up to a drying Thunderbird Lake in Missouri City, Houston, Texas. “We’ve lived on the lake for 23 years,” said Ann Caraway, “and we’ve never seen the lake like this, it’s a terrible mess with tons of dead fish and vultures on the neighbors’ roofs just waiting to fly down to get whatever they can.”
(Aug 2) A total of 36 wild boars have been found dead over the past month on France’s northwestern coast in the Cotes d’Armor region of Brittany. The bodies were strewn along the beach surrounded by large quantities of rotten seaweed, thought to contain toxins that emit hydrogen sulfide gas. According to ecologists and news sources, the growth of seaweed and algae has increased due to an influx of nitrates pollution in rivers from toxic fertilizers used on farms, putting local wildlife in serious danger. Read more HERE.
(Aug 2) Something mysterious is happening at Bottomless Lakes State Park in Roswell, New Mexico. Lea Lake is closed to swimming after hundreds of dead fish started washing up on shore Friday. Watch video HERE.
(Aug 1) Humans aren’t the only ones languishing in the North Texas heat. The hot North Texas weather is killing fish. The 30+ days of extreme heat and drought conditions have led to higher water temperatures and lower lake levels. That combination depletes oxygen in the water, which the fish need to breath.
(Aug 1) With the health of the Australian River Murray and Lower Lake system at its best in years, the mass “fish kill” is a mystery. Adelaide Point Sturt resident Dot Ratcliffe said she was alarmed to find the problem when she went kayaking on the lake yesterday morning. “I saw them (extending) about 400m out in to the lake,” she said. “It’s terribly upsetting, very distressing. There are thousands of fish washed up, something you do not want to see. I have been living here for 10 years and never seen anything like this.”
(Aug 1) Something killed a lot of fish including carp, catfish and white suckers, in the Rio Grande River overnight Sunday and New Mexico Game and Fish officers believe it had to do with heavy rain and forest fires upstream. Watch video HERE.
(Aug 1) OC Fisher, a reservoir in West Texas, turned blood-red in recent weeks — what’s left of it anyway. Due to unrelenting drought in Texas, the lake has almost entirely dried up, leaving thousands of dead fish behind. As of the last week in July, when this photo was taken, bacteria had turned the stagnant dregs of the lake red.
(July 30) About 95 percent of the large fish kill in Kissimmee River in Flordia were blue tilapia, along with a few bass, sunfish, brown hoplo, shad and gar.
(July 30) Fish are dying by the hundreds next to the South Fork Rivanna Reservoir in Charlottesville in Virginia. A recent lack of rain and extreme heat are likely to blame.
(July 30) Hundreds of dead fish washed ashore Friday stretching miles down St. Augustine Beach to Crescent Beach in Florida.
(July 29) The number of fish killed after a July 28 power outage at the Oyster Creek Nuclear Generating Station in New Jersey has risen to 1,800, a plant spokeswoman said.
(July 28) Hundreds of dead fish have turned up on Lee and Collier County beaches over the past two weeks. And experts say the fish kill could have a lasting impact on Southwest Florida’s fishing industry.Two recent fish-kills on area beaches have left sea creatures to rot on Southwest Florida sand. Officials with FWC say it could be a larger algae threat near the coast.
(July 26) Third fish kill was reported in Summerside, Prince Edward Island in Canada. Late in July dead fish were found in the Trout River, the Big Pierre Jacques River and the Mill River.
(July 26) Dead carp line the bank of a pond near homes in the Badger Mountain Village housing development in south Richland, Tacoma in Washington State. The dead fish in the Kennewick Irrigation District pond may have been the result of using a copper-based herbicide to kill off aquatic plants and algae that can clog irrigation systems.
(July 25) An estimated 2,000- 3,000 dead fish turned up in a lake in Seymour, Indiana. “It was just a very overwhelming…just rotten fish smell,” Corey Lanier said “We could smell it across the street from the lake.” Watch video HERE.
END TIMES TRUTH
Everything in the seas are going to either wash ashore or create the largest cesspool of dead carcasses in the history of creation; great whales and every sort of sea life will soon be floating on the oceans with the stench rising to the heavens; people will be committing suicide in mass when they realize that this planet is beyond Mankind’s help; no science they have developed can halt nor rectify what is just ahead.The seas require a miracle to bring future life back to them; and just as it occurred back in Noah’s postflood era, Yahweh’s angels replanted and brought back much of what was lost at that global flood.