It's just another sad mass die off of marine life which appears to be happening around the world recently
The increase in fish die-offs around the globe is staggering to say the least and the starfish die off since 2011 is say scientists, one of the biggest dieoff''s ever recorded but they were only dying off along the West Coast of America, now they are showing up in the Gulf of Mexico.
Since last September fish die off have been common in this area because of the red tide algae bloom but this is the first report of starfish....
Biologists with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission said they won't be able to tell what killed this many starfish since their tissue dries out fast, and they're unable to test it.
They said, though, environmental factors like this cold weather and recent storms likely played a large factor.
Russian submarine could be responsible for the 17 dead sperm whales washed up in the North Sea
More sperm whales wash up dead just a couple of hundred miles away from the Dutch coast where last week 13 sperm whales died
300 dead turtles found on a beach in Odisha, India: Locals astonished by sheer number!
More whale deaths along the west coast! 7 dead whales found on coast of Baja California Sur: Malnutrition blamed by experts
The 13 dead sperm whales off the Dutch and German coast this week were perfectly healthy and not starving as first reported...250 years since so many whales died off the Dutch coast!
12 beached sperm whales die in week of carnage on Dutch and German coast
At least 45 whales died after a group of 81 washed ashore in Tamil Nadu India: Underwater disturbance... earthquake or volcano thought responsible.
70% of our sea birds and 75% of the worlds fish are now depleted: No fish left in our oceans by the year 2048 NOAA: Carnage along the west coast exploding since 2011
Alaskan bird die off update: "The number is totally off the charts!" Nearly 10,000 dead murres on a 1-mile stretch of beach along with hundreds of dead star fish...Lack of food blamed
The death of more than 100,000 common murres on the west coast of America blamed on El-Nino even though die off reports started last April!
It could be tens of thousands.....Nearly 10,000 common murres found dead on an Alaskan beach on the first week of 2016