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I know this is in a foreign language but the video shows you what a mess of dead mussels, birds, etc., they have on that beach.

http://peru21.pe/actualidad/chancay-mar-arrastra-toneladas-moluscos-muertos-costa-2163647

here is a google translation of the disaster they have going on.

Chancay: The sea creeps tons of dead molluscs on the coast

Tons of crabs, sea shells, mussels and dead guano and decomposing birds are carried by sea to the shores of the beaches of Chancay (Lima Province Huaral) reported Canal N.

This phenomenon, which is recorded from five days ago, has mobilized residents and municipal staff, who are dedicated to cleaning the coast of northern boy from early morning until evening.

However, despite their efforts, the sea is throwing sand in the molluscs decomposition.

It was also reported that the cause of this strange phenomenon is not yet known.
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The Pacific rim is heating up and venting toxic chemicals that are very salt and are predominantly affecting the sediment and sea floor dwelling species.

 

Accompanied with this phenomenon is a shift in the planet's magnetic field which is disturbing and affecting many aviary species.

 

This has been going on for many years.

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Update on Bald Eagle situation.

 

 Officials: Unprecedented disease outbreak to blame for dozens of bald eagles deaths — “A major development.. really kind of undocumented” — Concern virus may have mutated — Brains hemorrhaging, immune systems not fighting it off, why are they now more susceptible?    Virus mutating?? well that sounds way too bezerk to me.  KInda funny how those in the know cannot decide exactly what they know.

 

 

First you have this headline.

Los Angeles Times, Dec. 28, 2013: At first, the [utah Division of Wildlife Resources] disease scientists guessed that the illness could be encephalitis, which is caused by the West Nile virus, but later ruled out that possibility.

 

Though according to the Dec. 28 report in the L.A. Times, scientists “ruled out that possibility”, Utah officials now say West Nile virus is the killer

West Nile virus blamed for death of bald eagles in Utah    <<<hmmm

 

Reuters, Dec. 31, 2013: An unprecedented wintertime outbreak of West Nile virus has killed more than two dozen bald eagles in Utah and thousands of water birds […]  Some 20,000 of the water birds have died in and around the Great Salt Lake since November in an outbreak that may be a record in North America, [Leslie McFarlane, Utah wildlife disease coordinator] said. […] the epidemic in Utah may be unprecedented in North America for the masses of birds killed over a broad geographic area and for the number of bald eagles affected, said McFarlane. […] Additional testing of grebes and eagles is underway to shed more light on the mix of factors that converged to trigger the extensive die-off […]

http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/01/01/us-usa-eagles-utah-idUSBRE9BU0N420140101

 

http://enenews.com/officials-unprecedented-disease-outbreak-killed-27-bald-eagles-virus-mutated-major-development-really-kind-undocumented-brains-hemorrhaging-immune-systems-fighting-susceptible-mix-factors

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Why don't I believe them when they say its WNV?  Who are these nameless 'scientists' in nameless labs conducting these examinations?  

 

Seriously, MSM news reports are dodgy at best and 'official government statements' are politically motivated to keep the people in fear or calm and are just as suspect.

 

Not buying it!

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From Ts post in the shoutbox (Thanks T):

 

Fishermen in Mexico find two conjoined whale calves
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The two conjoined gray whale calves have been described as "exceptionally rare"

Mexican officials say fishermen have found two conjoined gray whale calves in a lagoon in Baja California.

 

A government biologist, Benito Bermudez, said the whales were found alive in the Ojo de Liebre lagoon but died shortly after being born.

 

He said they were linked at the waist, with two full heads and tail fins.

 

Every year, thousands of gray whales swim south from the US state of Alaska to warmer waters in Mexico where they mate and give birth.

 

Mr Bermudez, who works for Mexico's National Natural Protected Areas Commission, or CONANP, described the discovery as "exceptionally rare".

 

"It's the first record we have of this event in the history of whale censuses we've conducted since 1985," he told the EFE news agency.

 

He said scientists were collecting skin, muscle and baleen samples to study the creatures.

 

Link: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-25663557

 

http://youtu.be/Fqjqr2__yig

 

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Heatwave causes thousands of dead BATS to fall from the sky

 

As most of the USA freezes and the UK drowns in floods, a blistering heat wave in Australia is so bad an estimated 100,000 cooked bats have fallen out of the sky, dead.

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Colonies of dead bats have been falling from the sky in the recent Australian heatwave [ABC news]

 

"Southern Queensland is being gripped by furnace-like temperatures, said the local RSPCA.

 

The has in turn caused mass deaths at least 25 separate colonies have been reported since the weekend, including at Mt Ommaney, Redbank, Boonah, Palmwoods, Laidley and Gatton.

 

RSPCA spokesman Michael Beatty says the heatwave was a significant hit to the population of bats across the state, reports the ABC news station.

 

"The heatwave was basically a catastrophe for all the bat colonies in south-east Queensland," he said."

http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/452705/Heatwave-in-Australia-cooks-thousands-of-bats

 

 

 

 

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Up to 100,000 dead fish in Nevada marina a mystery

 

 State wildlife officials are trying to figure out why all the fish have died in a northern Nevada marina where the stocked fishery has flourished since the man-made lake was created nearly 15 years ago. As many as 100,000 trout, bass and catfish have died over the past month in the Sparks Marina along U.S. Interstate 80 east of Reno, apparently the result of a dramatic, unexplained drop in dissolved oxygen levels, Nevada Department of Wildlife spokesman Chris Healy said Wednesday. Scientists say a bitter cold snap could have caused oxygen-poor waters to rise from the old rock quarry’s bottom to the surface, but they don’t understand what sparked the massive die-off. Fish biologists confirmed low oxygen levels caused the death of an estimated 3,000 fish in one corner of the lake in mid-December but Healy said they thought at the time the event was localized and of limited impact. Since then, they’ve been unable to detect any live fish in the 77-acre lake.

 

http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/2014/01/16/up-to-100000-dead-fish-in-nevada-marina-a-mystery/

 

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Young Pelicans Found Starving In Florida Keys In Disturbing Numbers

January 15. 2014

Lisa Cilli

 

"TAVERNIER (CBSMiami) – Dozens of young pelicans in the Florida Keys have been found starving and The Florida Keys Wild Bird Center has stepped in to help.

 

According to wildlife rehabilitator Amanda Margraves, the bird sanctuary, which is located in Tavernier, has seen a large influx of pelicans which are very thin and weak.

 

“We’re seeing at least double the amount of pelicans than normal this time of year,” Margraves told CBSMiami.com. “They’re all juveniles, very young coming in very emaciated.”

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“We think it has to do with the lack of food in Florida Bay,” said Margraves.  She explained that fishermen have been complaining recently that there’s a lack of food such as bait fish and other small fish that pelicans feed on.'

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http://miami.cbslocal.com/2014/01/15/young-pelicans-found-starving-in-florida-keys-in-disturbing-numbers/

Let's see now, fishermen complaining about no bait fish, no fish for birds either then.  Wonder if it has anything to do with the situation in the GOM and currents carrying pollution through the keys. Then again the sardines/herring disappeared off the W.Coast too this year.

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Record 829 Manatee Deaths in 2013 Puzzle Scientists

January 22, 2014

Mel White

for National Geographic

 

 

Researchers have found one main cause and are trying to crack the mystery of another.

 

"The year 2013 was an unlucky one for manatees, the gentle, rotund sea mammals that live along the coastline of the Florida peninsula. The 829 known deaths last year were the highest annual total since biologists began keeping records of this endangered species.

 

It's hard out there for a manatee under the best of circumstances. Because they swim just under water to feed on marine vegetation and surface regularly to breathe, they're often killed by the hulls and propellers of speeding watercraft.

 

Also, they're essentially tropical animals and can't tolerate prolonged periods of cold. An abnormally frigid winter in 2010 was the major factor in that year's 766 deaths, the previous record annual total.

 

Of the 6,500 individuals believed to live in Florida, about 300 to 450 die in an average year of old age, disease, boat strikes, and calves failing to thrive.

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http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2014/01/140122-manatee-deaths-florida-red-tide-threats-endangered-species/

 

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500 Dolphins Wash up on Northern Peru Beaches, Cause Under Investigation

 

At least 500 dolphins were found dead in the past few weeks on different beaches in northern Peru and the cause of death is still under investigation, media reports said.

The Peruvian Sea Institute, or Imarpe, sent a team of scientists to investigate why the dolphins beached themselves in the northern regions of Lambayeque and Piura, the El Comercio newspaper reported.

Other beachings of dolphins occurred in the past two years in northern Peru.

The team covered a 142-kilometer (88-mile) stretch of coast on Jan. 28-29, traveling from Pimentel, a resort city in Lambayeque, to the southern part of the reserve in Illescas, located in Piura, the newspaper said, citing officials.

Experts found at least 400 beached dolphins, with the discovery coming after about 100 other dolphins beached themselves in recent weeks.

 

http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/news/2014/02/02/500-dolphins-wash-up-pn-northern-peru-beaches-cause-under-investigation/

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Ah geeez...

U.S. Navy Killing Thousands of Whales & Dolphins With Sonar & Weapons Testing February 3, 2014 by Arjun Walia.

Not only have whales been showing up dead with dozens of pounds of toxic, plastic waste inside their stomachs, the U.S Navy plans to raise the death toll by conducting underwater testing of explosive weapons and sonar devices. Tests will be and are taking place in the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, including the Gulf of Mexico. These events are set to commence and take place from 2014 through 2019 - See more at: http://www.collective-evolution.com/2014/02/03/u-s-navy-to-blow-up-whales-dolphins-other-marine-mammals-please-take-action-now/#sthash.75mYDbZ0.dpuf - See more at: http://www.collective-evolution.com/2014/02/03/u-s-navy-to-blow-up-whales-dolphins-other-marine-mammals-please-take-action-now/#sthash.75mYDbZ0.dpufhttp://www.collective-evolution.com/2014/02/03/u-s-navy-to-blow-up-whales-dolphins-other-marine-mammals-please-take-action-now/
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Scientists Puzzled About Mysterious Disease Killing Starfish Off the U.S. West Coast

 

A puzzling “wasting disease” first observed along the west coast of the United States in June 2013 continues to kill millions of starfish. The gruesome disease causes the creatures to rot–and to rip their own limbs off. As one biology professor told PBS Newshour, two infected starfish he was observing “started ripping themselves apart. The arms just crawl away from the particular body.” Laura James, a diver and videographer from Seattle, Wash., and one of the first to notice starfish with the disease, described a recent dive to Newshour. “There were just bodies everywhere,” James said. “And they were just like splats. To me, it always looked like somebody had taken a laser gun and just zapped them and they just vaporized….We have had now occasional die-offs here and there, but it’s not like this. It’s not a mass mortality event.”

 

http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/2014/02/10/scientists-puzzled-about-mysterious-disease-killing-starfish-off-u-s-west-coast/

 

 

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Acidic Waters Kill 10 Million Scallops Off Vancouver

 

A mass die-off of scallops near Qualicum Beach on Vancouver Island is being linked to the increasingly acidic waters that are threatening marine life and aquatic industries along the West Coast.

Rob Saunders, CEO of Island Scallops, estimates his company has lost three years worth of scallops and $10 million dollars — forcing him to lay off approximately one-third of his staff.

 

“I’m not sure we are going to stay alive and I’m not sure the oyster industry is going to stay alive,” Saunders told The Parksville Qualicum Beach NEWS. “It’s that dramatic.”

Ocean acidification, often referred to as global warming’s “evil twin,” threatens to upend the delicate balance of marine life across the globe. As we pump increasing amounts of carbon pollution into the atmosphere, it’s not just wreaking havoc on air quality.

 

http://thinkprogress.org/climate/2014/02/26/3332141/ocean-acidification-kills-scallops/#

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From February 25, 2014, but still important to note

 

10,000 Ore. Coast hatchery salmon eggs die

 

"PORTLAND, Ore. -- A hatchery program on the Oregon coast reports all of its salmon eggs are dead due to creek water contamination.

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The state is not investigating the die-off, and no water samples were saved.

The eggs represent a year's production, meaning no coho will return three years from now to spawn."

http://www.kgw.com/news/10000-hatchery-salmon-eggs-die-pollution-feared-247148791.html

 

 

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From February 25, 2014, but still important to note

 

10,000 Ore. Coast hatchery salmon eggs die

 

"PORTLAND, Ore. -- A hatchery program on the Oregon coast reports all of its salmon eggs are dead due to creek water contamination.

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The state is not investigating the die-off, and no water samples were saved.

The eggs represent a year's production, meaning no coho will return three years from now to spawn."

http://www.kgw.com/news/10000-hatchery-salmon-eggs-die-pollution-feared-247148791.html

 

 

And there goes a vital part of the ecosystem... What a shame.
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Minnesota Mystery: What’s Killing the Moose?

Brent McDonald

March 5, 2014

 

GRAND PORTAGE, Minn. — For moose, this year’s winter-long deep freeze across the Upper Midwest is truly ideal weather. The large, gangly creatures are adapted to deep snow: Their hollow fur insulates them like fiberglass does in a house. And the prolonged cold helps eradicate pests that prey on moose, like ticks and meningeal worm, or brain worm. Yet moose in Minnesota are dying at an alarming rate, and biologists are perplexed as to why.

 

 

 

In the 1980s, moose numbered about 4,000 in the northwest part of the state; today, there are about 100. In Northeast Minnesota, the population has dropped by half since 2006, to 4,300 from more than 8,800. In 2012, the decline was steep enough — 35 percent — that the state and local Chippewa tribes, which rely on moose meat for subsistence, called off the moose hunt. The mortality rate rebounded slightly this year, but moose continue to die at twice the normal rate to sustain a population. Researchers elsewhere, along the southern edge of moose territory in New Hampshire and Montana, are also beginning to notice declines in the animals’ numbers.

 

Seth Moore, a wildlife biologist in Grand Portage, theorizes that recent years of warmer, shorter winters and hotter, longer summers have resulted in a twofold problem. The changing climate has stressed out the moose, compromising their immune systems. And warmer temperatures have allowed populations of white-tailed deer, carriers of brain worm — which is fatal to moose — to thrive."

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http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/06/us/minnesota-mystery-whats-killing-the-moose.html?src=twr&_r-2

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Lightning killed 114 sheep and 12 cows in an Aymara village in the Bolivian Andes, an official in the area said.

Dead sheep were scattered on the hill with the charred wool, said Friday by telephone to The Associated Press Panfilo Chura, secretary of the mayor of Achacachi, 80 kilometers north of La Paz where the community Yacachi Grande is located in which the phenomenon occurred on Thursday afternoon.

More at

http://www.sott.net/article/276161-Lightning-kills-114-sheep-and-12-cows-in-Achacachi-Bolivian-Andes

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Ninety Five Percent Of Trout Have Died in Goldeneye  Reservoir Outside Casper

"Goldeneye usually has really high catch rates and the fish get really big in here, ten pound rainbows aren't really that uncommon," said Matt Hahn, a Wyoming Game and Fish Fisheries Biologist.

This year fishermen have barely caught a thing.

"One alarming thing we found right off the bat was that there are a couple dead rainbow trout just floating here by the shore, and that is never a good sign,” said Nathan Cook, a Wyoming Game and Fish Biologist.

Fish biologists are investigating the lake and the fish they've stocked in it over the years.

"We really don't like to see losing a lot of big fish like this,” said Hahn.

http://www.kcwy13.com/home/headlines/Ninety-Five-Percent-of-Trout-Have-Died-In-Goldeneye-Reservoir-Outside-Casper-254826451.html

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"When you get ice on the lake and snow on top of that you stop getting photosynthesis for the aquatic vegetation and it leads to a drop in oxygen," said Cook.

I have to somewhat call BS on that. Here in Canada, we have many lakes that are stocked with fish and vegetation that are covered in ice and snow 6 months of the year yet they still thrive.

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Orion, no kidding!

 

Some of the best ice fishing spots are the lakes that get the MOST ice and snow.  Jay-zuz!

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Bacon, Pork Prices Rise As Deadly Diarrhea Virus Wipes Out Michigan Pigs

April 16, 2014 6:29 AM

 

"KALAMAZOO (WWJ/AP) - Love your bacon, ham and baby-back ribs? Get used to forking over more dough for your pork.

 

A virus that kills piglets at an alarming rate has been found on 93 farms in Michigan, according to the state agriculture department.

 

Sam Hines, executive vice president of the Michigan Pork Producers Association, said porcine epidemic diarrhea (PED) is not a human health concern, but is deadly to newborn pigs.

 

“This is not a food safety issue,” Hines told WWJ’s Marie Osborne. “Most hogs do acquire the virus but bigger animals can recover from it. Pigs that are less than a month old will have such a severe diarrhea that they dehydrate. There’s nearly 100 percent mortality with pigs less than three-weeks of age.”

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http://detroit.cbslocal.com/2014/04/16/bacon-pork-prices-rise-as-diarrhea-virus-wipes-out-michigan-pigs/

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Scientists Vexed in Probe of North American Starfish Deaths

Scientists are struggling to find the cause of a disease that is killing off numerous species of starfish on both the Pacific and Atlantic coasts of North America, dispatching the five-armed creatures in a particularly gruesome way.

http://endtimeheadlines.org/animal-deaths/scientists-vexed-in-probe-of-north-american-starfish-deaths/

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Thousands of fish found dead in New Jersey's Shark River
May 13, 2014

Brooks Hays
 
 
"BELMAR, N.J., May 13 (UPI) --Fishermen arriving bright and early for a Monday morning cast on the Shark River Inlet in Monmouth County, New Jersey, happened upon a grim scene: hundreds of fish dying before their eyes.
 
Although an official death toll hasn't been taken, early reports suggest several thousand fish have expired -- mostly mossbunker, called "bunker," a common bait fish. Hundreds have washed up along the shores near Belmar Marina, and still hundreds more float motionless on the surface of the estuary.
 
The cause of the fish kill is unconfirmed, but most fish kills, officials confirmed this morning, are the result of oxygen depletion."
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http://www.upi.com/Science_News/2014/05/13/Thousands-of-fish-found-dead-in-New-Jerseys-Shark-River/6131399990412/#ixzz31i0Bb1XI

 
Thousands Of Fish Mysteriously Found Dead In New Jersey  
 

 


 
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Thousands of dead fish have flooded one of seven basins at Marina Del Rey late Saturday evening.

The first report came in just after 9 p.m. at the A-Basin located at 13000 block of Tahiti Way, officials said.

 

http://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/Thousands-of-Dead-Fish-in-Marina-Del-Rey-259709801.html

 

 

hmm ... watchout for an earthquake?

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Mass Fish Death; Millions Have Been Found Dead All Over the World in the Past Month

Millions of fish are suddenly dying all over the planet. In fact, there have been dozens of mass fish death events reported in the past month alone. So why is this happening? Why are fish dying in unprecedented numbers all over the world? When more than six tons of fish died in Marina Del Rayover the weekend, it made headlines all over the United States.

But the truth is that what just happened off the southern California coast is just the tip of the iceberg. In 2014, mass fish die-offs have pretty much become a daily event globally. Individually, each event could perhaps be dismissed as an anomaly, but as you will see below when they are all put together into one list it truly is rather stunning. So is there a reason why so many fish are dying? Is there something that connects these mass fish death events? Has something about our environment changed? The following are just a few examples of the mass fish death reports that have been coming in day after day from all over the globe…

http://www.infowars.com/mass-fish-deaths-millions-have-been-found-dead-all-over-the-world-in-the-past-month/

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