More Dead Animals: Birds, Fish and Crabs?

More dead animals have been reported. It started on New Years Eve with 5,000 blackbirds falling from the sky in Arkansas. Then 500 red-winged blackbirds and starlings were found dead in Louisiana. After that 100,000 fish were reported dead in northwest Arkansas.

Thanet, England, is now reporting up to 40,000 dead ‘Devil Crabs’ scattered along the Kent Coast.
New Zealand is reporting hundreds of dead Snapper fish in Coromandel.

100 tons of sardines, croaker and catfish wash up dead on a Brazilian coast. What's up with all the deaths?

More and more animals are being found dead throughout the world and there's not a logical explanation to the phenomenon. What do you think is happening?

asked by Carmen in Other - Pets & Animals | 4236 views | 01-07-2011 at 10:19 PM

And it's not just black birds, fish and crabs. Dead penguins and petrels were found in New Zealand, 150 tonnes of farmed red tilapia in Vietnam, and thousands of turtle doves rained down on roofs and cars in an Italian town.

We're only one week into 2011 and there have been millions of mysterious animal deaths around the world.

Such events are usually blamed on bad weather, disease and poisonings. Biologists say that these mass animals die-offs happen all the time.

The latest theory is that the rapid movement of the Magnetic North Pole towards Russia may be the cause for all the dead animals.

answered by Vivian | 01-07-2011 at 10:20 PM

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