by J. D. Heyes, Natural News
Millions upon millions of fish and sea creatures are dying around the world, but it’s all very mysterious, as there does not appear to be much explanation for it, logical or otherwise. When more than six tons of fish died recently in Marina del Ray, it made headlines all over the U.S., according to the blog The Mind Unleashed. But in truth, what happened off the coast of southern California has been replicated all around the globe. In fact, in 2014, as you will see below, mass fish deaths have become very commonplace. Taken individually or even a few at a time, you would not get the impression that there was a problem. But taken collectively, it’s apparent that something is happening. But why? Has our environment suddenly and dramatically changed? Is there some sort of global weather or geothermal pattern to blame? What follows is an incomplete list of just some of the most recent incidents of massive deaths of fish and sea life:
In southwestern Kentucky, about 500,000 Asian carp were found dead in April below the Lake Barkley Dam. Local reports said that the cause of the mass death was unknown, though investigators suspect some sort of virus.
Near Duluth, Minnesota, tens of thousands of fish in the 1,600-acre Grand Lake — walleye, bass and northern pike — died in May. Researchers blamed the deaths on a lack of oxygen tied to “last winter’s heavy snowfall.” But that said, the lake has not experienced a major fish kill since the 1950s.
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