Disaster Precursor? Mass Fish Deaths and Sinkhole Outbreak in China; Dead Fish Wash Ashore in Japan
Mass fish die-off is being reported on a daily basis across China – hundreds of thousands of dead fish found floating in ponds, rivers, estuaries. In the southern regions (Guangdong, Hainan, and other places), these incidents started to increase markedly starting in May. Since March, more than 32 rare Yangtze finless porpoises have been found dead in the Dongting and Poyang lakes located in northeastern Hunan Province, leading wildlife experts to worry whether the rare animals are being pushed closer to extinction.
The recent news of a teen girl who falls through a massive unseen sidewalk sinkhole in China gained international attention. But what is more alarming is how massive sinkholes are appearing across China. In the first week of May 2012, at least five major sinkholes have been reported. At this rate, it will surpass the previous record in 2010 when at least eight sinkholes suddenly formed in two weeks across the country.
(May 7) A 8-m whale washed ashore Tateyama City coast, which faces the Pacific Ocean in Chiba Prefecture in Japan, this morning. Last month on the same day, another whale was found dead the same coast. Two days ago, the carcass of a 2.6-meter long whale was found on the eastern coast of Shimane Prefecture, which faces the Sea of Japan or the East Sea. It is unusual because this has never happened before along this coast.
In February of this year, many deep-sea fish also washed ashore the same area. On the 14th, the remains of a 200-500m salmon head fish were found on the eastern coast of Shimane Prefecture. These fish are called “earthquake fish” by the fishermen because in February 2004, these fish were seen floating in the coastal waters and later in October that year, Chuetsu region in Niigata Prefecture on the coast of the Sea of Japan experienced a magnitude 7.0 earthquake. In same month, 1 km of deep-sea fish were found floating in the waters along the west coast of the island. (Source)
Mainland China is going to be hardest hit in the beginning stages of the plagues because of the LOZ’s intentions to depopulate the effectiveness of the large military force that China maintains. All designed to even the odds when the battle of Armageddon begins. Disease will spread swiftly as the rotting corpses contaminate the sea and the air. As for Japan, more earthquakes for the island nation and dead zones created by high levels of radiation are spreading far and wide.