Tuesday 24 January 2017

Ten's of thousands of dead marine life after another week of carnage across the globe for fish as reports flood in of mass die offs

Yet another week of carnage across the globe for sea creatures as reports flood in of mass die offs and around the World
Just this morning reports of 12 dolphins found stranded and dead this month in Asturias, Spain. Of the dozen dolphins killed so far this year, three appeared in Llanes, two in Tapia de Casariego, two in Castrillón, a couple in Luarca and three in Verdicio, Villaviciosa and Colunga.
Also this morning hundreds of fish and crabs have died after extreme Queensland weather in Australia.
Yesterday thousands of dead herring where found in the Bjorndal Fjord in Norway, lack of oxygen suspected.
In England an 'Environmental disaster': 50,000 fish die in Oswestry's River Morda after chemical leak, a spokesman said “Five generations of fish have been totally wiped out. “The trout population has been wiped out, the fry, next year’s fry, the food they eat such as the shrimp and the caddisfly. The entire eco-system has been wiped out. It’s caused complete devastation.”
21st January 2017 9 turtles found dead on a beach in Sao Francisco de Itabapoana, Brazil.
10’s of thousands of dead fish were discovered in early January on the beach in Kvarnåkershamn Sweden. "There were 10,000's of dead fish.” Says the county fish consultant Rolf Gydemo. Again oxygen-poor waters blamed.
An investigation into the deaths of whales found in the current season in Nayarit Mexico. Already 3 dead whales have reached the beaches of Nayarit since the beginning of the current sighting period. The state's PROFEPA delegation has hired specialists to investigate the cause of the deaths.

Also in Mexico 10 dead turtles are found on the coast of Costa Chica.

Mass animal die offs

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