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Peace calls again!/ A complete list of birds, fish, and animals dying off up to June 3, 2013


 The Last Chronicles of Planet Earth June 3, 2013 Edition written by Frank DiMora From The End Times Research Ministry


animated photo: animated animated.gif Prophecy Sign: I Thessalonians 5:3,4:For when they shall say, Peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape. But ye, brethren, are not in darkness, that that day should overtake you as a thief.”

Below you will find a complete listing of reports concerning birds, fish, and animals dying off.  If you have seen this list before just scroll down to the end and look at the news starting from May 27, 2013. This is all news I haven’t listed yet but is now in my book. 

Prophecy Sign: “There is no faithfulness, no love, no acknowledgment of God in the land. There is only cursing, lying and murder, stealing and adultery; they break all bounds, and bloodshed follows bloodshed. Because of this the land mourns, and all who live in it waste away; the beasts of the field and the birds of the air and the fish of the sea are dying. [Hosea 4:1-3]

The fish of the sea, the birds of the air, the beasts of the field, every creature that moves along the ground, and all the people on the face of the earth will tremble at my presence. The mountains will be overturned, the cliffs will crumble and every wall will fall to the ground. [Ezekiel 38:20]

“I will sweep away both men and animals; I will sweep away the birds of the air and the fish of the sea. The wicked will have only heaps of rubble when I cut off man from the face of the earth,” declares the LORD. [Zephaniah 1:3]


I can recall two reports that stood out in my mind before I stated a daily log of all the birds, fish, and animal deaths.  The first report was released on January 23, 2002, filed by which stated that, “The number of animals slaughtered in the foot and mouth outbreak could be as high as 10 million-more than twice as high as official Government figures.”  The second report was from Reuters which Reuters reported, “Hong Kong will destroy another 192,000 chickens as the still-unidentified avian virus spread to another five farms, government officials said”  (Feb. 19, 2002).  Knowing what I know now I wish I had started a daily log back in 2002, so you could see first hand the increase in reports on this subject over the years. My log on the reports of fish, birds, and animals begins at the March, 2009 date.


March 2009 – “Millions of Shellfish, Dolphins beaching daily on Pakistan beaches”.


September 18, 2009 – “Thousands of dead fish in Yamuna near Agra”.



September 29, 2009 – “Dead sharks wash up on Marco Island beach”. (


November 6, 2009 – 50,000 starfish found on Irish beach


November 30, 2009 – “Drought Kills Tons of Amazon Fish”. (


January 3, 2010 – “Thousands of dead octopuses wash up on Portugal beach”. (


January 28, 2010 – “Large number of dead barn owls found in Highlands”.


March 1, 2010 – “Thousands of dead fish raise stink at Rio lagoon”.


March, 10 2010 – “Mystery of 75 starlings falling from the sky”.


March 11, 2010 – “100 dead birds fall on British home”.

March 29, 2010 “Mass death among baby right whales has experts scrambling to figure out the puzzle behind the largest great whale die-off on record. Observers have found 308 dead whales in the waters around Peninsula Valdes along Argentina’s Patagonian Coast since 2005. Almost 90 percent of those deaths represent whale calves less than 3 months old, and the calf deaths make up almost a third of all right whale calf sightings in the last five years”(

May 2, 2010 “At least 20 sea turtles have been found dead this weekend along a 30-mile stretch of Mississippi beaches from Biloxi to Bay St. Louis.  (

May 28, 2010 “A mystery disease has killed more than 10,000 saiga antelope in Kazakhstan. Conservationists are warning that the mass deaths could spell disaster for the saiga, which is already an endangered species. The figure could account for up to a quarter of the global population of the species” (




November 6, 2010 -50,000 dead starfish found on Irish beach (

December 13, 2010 – “Thousan”ds of dead barramundi fish wash up in Australia”. (

December 15, 2010 – 13News Club reports that “Thousands of dead fish wash ashore on Florida beach”.  “Dead fish at the Marina at Cocoa Villiage are washing ashore in numbers too large to count.”One of the local fisherman said that it’s the catfish. And the water’s just too cold for them. And they’re dying,” said Cocoa resident Lisa Michalski” ( .


December 17, 2010 – “Dead fish wash ashore at Lake Beach in Indiana. This time the death of the fish are blamed on winter storms  “According to our reporting partners at the Elkhart Truth, frozen gobies, trout, crayfish, and mudpuppies have been washing up on the beach along Washington Park.  Indiana DNR biologists think the storm and the massive waves washed the fish onto the beach. Most fish move to deeper water in the winter where the water is warmer, however the fish now on the shore were not able to do that before the storm hit”.



December 18, 2010 – “Residents gather, eat dead fish floating in Barangay Ibo”.  (


December 19, 2010 – “Dead fish clog lake at airport. (


December 22, 2010 – “Dead pelican count escalates”. “Over 100 dead pelicans have been found along the beaches of Topsail Island”.  (


December 23, 2010 – “Ten tons of mostly dead fish found in fishing net in New Zealand (


On December 23, 2010 – “Starfish, jellyfish dying from cold”. (


December 25, 2010 – “Authorities probe dead fish in Haitian lake”. (


December 28, 2010 – the following news was translated from Italian to English via Babel Fish. This report came from news from Scarlino Grosseto in the Italian region Tuscany on December 28, 2010.  “A massacre of fish, clams and granchi: the scene is this that has introduced the beach of Scarlino Monday morning. The rests of the animals, some anchor death, were extended in two rows long parallels nearly two kilometers, in a feature of the coast to two steps from the industrial area of the municipality, where they are present industries chemistries and the inceneritore. A fact that it has made to scream the enviromentalists to the “ecological disaster”. The surveys and the analyses from the authorities are begun immediately. Arpat and provincial police have carried out withdrawals of money of vongole water champions and have harvest, crustaceans and muggini, some dead men other death ones, in order to make to analyze them to the zooprofilattico Institute of Pisa and to assess of the causes of the moria” (


December 28, 2010 – “70 Nearly 70 bats have been found dead in Tucson and Arizona Game and Fish officials are searching for answers. One possibility is unseasonably warm temperatures in the city. Game and Fish officials say the bats are Mexican free-tailed and should have migrated to Mexico two months ago. Investigators could find no evidence of foul play in the death of the bats ( Dec. 28, 2010).



December 29, 2010 – “The San Antonio River Authority spent Wednesday afternoon trying to figure out what killed several fish in the Museum Reach of the River Walk. Maintenance crews working for the San Antonio River Authority used nets to collect the bloated carcasses from a barge. Within minutes of contacting the River Authority, scientists were dispatched to investigate the kill and took water samples. “Currently the water quality is fine,” said Steven Schauer, a spokesman for S.A.R.A. “The dissolved oxygen levels are OK.” According to Schauer, the tests were inconclusive for contaminates. Schauer suspected the fish kill may be related to recent rains following a long dry spell” (


December 31, 2010 – “More than 150 tonnes of red tilapias have died en masse in the past week in Cao Lanh District in the southern province of Dong Thap, resulting in losses of VND35 billion (S$2.2 million) for aquaculture farmers. “Tests on the fish and water samples reveal the deaths were caused by frequent ebb tides and the high densities of fish kept caged in pens,” said Vu Thi Nhung, head of the provincial Department of Natural Resources and Environment’s Environmental Protection Division” (


December 31, 2010 – “The thousands of birds that fell from the sky just before midnight New Year’s Eve in Arkansas likely died from massive trauma, according to a preliminary report released Monday. As of Saturday, between 4,000 and 5,000 birds had been found dead. Keith Stephens, a spokesman for the commission, said the birds showed evidence of trauma in the breast tissue, with blood clots in the body cavity and a lot of internal bleeding. All major organs were normal. In a seemingly separate incident, some 500 red-winged blackbirds, starlings and grackles were found dead in southern Louisiana in Labarre. The birds showed no evident trauma, according to Jim LaCour, a veterinarian with the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries. Samples have been sent to Wisconsin and Georgia for testing, he said” (


December 31, 2010 – Headlines form the Greater Annapolis Patch on December 31, 2010 read as follows: “Unusual fish kill found in Annapolis, Maryland”  “Some Bay Ridge residents were taking a peaceful walk along the community beach when they stumbled upon a disturbing site — a large fish kill. According to Chris Luckett of the MDE, additional fish kills were reported along the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay, including in Bay Ridge and along the beach at Sandy Point State Park in Annapolis. The good news is that the fish apparently died of natural causes from “cold stress” and not from disease or pollution, as some people feared.”There are tens of thousands, perhaps more,” said Luckett



January 2, 2011 – “Environment Agency Wales can confirm that what could be hundreds of dead fish, mostly bream, carp and roach, have been found in the marina on the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal at Goytre Wharf near Abergavenny earlier today. A 30cm drop in the water level at the marina by work upstream could be a contributory factor, but more than likely the cold weather, ice and lack of oxygen are to blame. Initial investigations reveal there is no pollution detectable but no conclusion has been drawn” (


January 2, 2011 – “Recent discovery of several dead migratory birds in Japan has raised concerns about H5NI avian influenza, avian experts said. The reports said 23 birds were found dead following a search in Tottori in the north. The birds were being tested” ( Jan.3, 2011).


January 2, 2011 – “Environmental service workers finished picking up the carcasses on Sunday of about 2,000 red-winged blackbirds that fell dead from the sky in a central Arkansas town”(HUFFPOST GREEN Jan 2, 2011). “Robertson said the workers wore the suits as a matter of routine and not out of fear that the birds might be contaminated. He said speculation on the cause is not focusing on disease or poisoning” (Ibid.). (

January 3, 2011 “The 20-mile stretch along the Arkansas River found an estimated 100,000 drum fish washed ashore and floating. Investigators from local and state agencies took samples from the affected area. Stephens says fish kills occur every year, but the magnitude of this one is unusual, and disease could be the cause” (


January 3, 2011-“Approximately around the turn of the year witnesses found altogether seven robbery birds at the connecting road between the local situations of Gladbach and polling, which had been obviously poisoned. The police refunded charges and guaranteed the Kadaver, so that they can be examined regarding their exact cause of death. At the Sylvesternachmittag, against 16.30 o’clock, and in the early evening hours of the New Year’s Day had in each case become attentive a married couple from the Gemeindegebiet at the circle road 53 on several dead Bussarde. The police officers called in addition probably found further birds poisoned with seals”



January 3, 2011 – “3,000 blackbirds seemed to fall from the sky there- starting last Friday.  Autopsies have since ruled out poisoning.  One top biologist from Cornell University said the birds were “….probably asleep in a single tree when a washing machine-type thunderstorm sucked them up into the air, disoriented them, and even fatally soaked and chilled them.” Wildlife biologist Kent Ozment said while he couldn’t say for sure, he guessed the birds simply succumbed to the elements, “Probably it was just some sort of winter stress”(


January 3, 2011 – “The Maryland Department of the Environment said that tens of thousands of small fish have died in the Chesapeake Bay due to the stress of the cold water. She said the fish usually swim to warmer waters before the severe cold weather that the area experienced in December. There is no word on why the fish didn’t do that” (


January 3, 2011 – “Since last Thursday, 100 tons of sardines, croaker, and catfish have died near Paraná, Brazil. At the moment it isn’t known exactly what caused such a catastrophe, but it has been speculated there is some environmental imbalance. Since it isn’t yet known what caused the die-off near Brazil, there is also a possibility it was caused by some event within the ocean itself. In 2002 a sudden loss of many fish near Kenya was due to a massive bloom of algae that contained a toxin” (


January 3, 2011 – “Thousands of dead octopuses have washed up on a beach in northern Portugal, in what is being called an environmental disaster. They cover a 5-mile stretch of Vila Nova de Gaia beach – no reason has yet been found for their appearance” (


 January 4, 2011- “Several dead manatees have been reported over the past few days to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. The animal was picked up Monday for a necropsy, said, Gabriella Ferraro, spokeswoman for the commission, “so we don’t know the cause of death yet, but the preliminary indications are that it was cold-stressed. According to the commission’s website, four dead manatees were reported along the Treasure Coast from Dec. 1 to Dec. 24, the most recent data entry date — all in Indian River County, and none due to cold stress” (


January 4, 2011- “Thousands of dead fish were floating in Volusia County Tuesday. They were all in Spruce Creek in Port Orange. The fish kill is unusual because it is warm, according to people who live along the creek. The Fish and Wildlife Commission was aware of the kill. A representative said it started last week. The representative blamed last week’s cold temperatures and speculated the kill wasn’t growing, but that winds were causing fish to just pile up”(


 January 4, 2011 – “SCORES of fish have been found dead in a brook running through a Peterborough beauty spot. Environment Agency officials have been alerted but say it could be some days before the results of tests to find out the cause of the death are known. The haven is only just recovering from the death of scores of fish in July 2010 which were revealed to be the victims of a heatwave after being spotted floating on the surface by residents. An Environment Agency spokeswoman said that more would be known about the cause of death of the fishes once the tests have been completed and the ice had thawed” ( Telegraph Jan. 4, 2011).


January 4, 2011- “Hundreds of dead fish that washed up on shore in the north end of the St. Clair River is a natural occurrence and not the result of a chemical spill, a government official says. “We think it’s a natural occurrence,” Kowalski said. “They died off as a result of temperature shock because we had that really warm weekend … and then it quickly cooled off again.”Kowalski said such die-offs are not unusual but it typically happens in the spring” (


January 4, 2011- “Hundreds of dead and dying birds littered a quarter-mile stretch of highway in Pointe Coupee Parish. State biologists are trying to determine what led to the deaths of the estimated 500 red-winged blackbirds and starlings on La. 1 just down the road from Pointe Coupee Central High School. The discovery of the dead birds — some of which were lying face down, clumped in groups, while others were face up with their wings outstretched and rigid legs pointing upward — comes just three days after more than 3,000 blackbirds rained down from the sky in Beebe, Ark. Necropsies performed Monday on the birds in Arkansas showed the birds suffered internal injuries that formed blood clots leading to their deaths”



January 4, 2011- “Officials from Health Canada are scrambling to deal with the sudden death of 10′s of thousands of wild birds somewhere in the province. Officials dodged local reporters who were removed from outside the Level-4 Canada Science center” (,000s_of_Birds_found_dead_in_Manitoba.html),


January 5, 2011 – “A large number of dead birds spotted on the Hwy 155 bridge near Ore City is most likely a natural occurrence in the area and not related to the mysterious bird deaths in Arkansas and Louisiana. The Corps of Engineers office at Lake O’ the Pines says they are not exactly sure why this happens, but it appears likely the birds are walking or roosting or flying on and around the bridge and many of them probably get hit and killed by motor vehicles” (


January 5, 2011 –  “The estimated two million dead fish found floating in the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland recently are not another sign of the apocalypse, but were instead probably killed by the cold weather, officials told The Baltimore Sun. Water quality was also ruled out as a possible culprit for the mass die-off of mostly spot and some croaker fish, the Sun reports. Spot fish are notorious for being vulnerable to the cold, and large winter kills of spot have been documented in Maryland at least twice before, a Maryland Department of the Environment spokeswoman told the Sun, with about 15 million dying in early 1976 and a smaller number in 1980.  The mass Chesapeake fish die-off joins a growing list of reports from around the globe of mysterious fish and bird deaths”;lst;1

January 5, 2011 – “Fisheries officials are investigating the death of hundreds of snapper washed up on Coromandel Peninsula beaches. Beachgoers at Little Bay and Waikawau Bay found the fish – many with their eyes missing – dead on the sand yesterday” (

January 5, 2011 – “Shortly before midnight on Tuesday, residents found 50 to 100 jackdaws on a street in Falköping southeast of Skövde. The incident echoed a number of unexplained incidents earlier this week across the southern US. County veterinarian Robert ter Horst believes that the birds may have been literally scared to death by fireworks set off on Tuesday”night” (


January 5, 2011 – “Since last Thursday, 100 tons of sardines, croaker, and catfish have died near Paraná, Brazil. Paraná is in the southern part of the country and has some coastline along the Atlantic Ocean. The 100 ton count came from a survey conducted by the Federation of Fishermen’s Colony of Paraná, Paranaguá. It has been reported by this fishing association that 2,800 fisherman depend on fish caught in the area for their daily incomes. At the moment it isn’t known exactly what caused such a catastrophe, but it has been speculated there is some environmental imbalance, or there has been a large chemical spill from a boat offshore” (Care2 News Jan. 5, 2011).

January 6, 2011 – “The death of two millionfish that washed up on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland appears to have been caused by a sudden drop in temperature, the state’s Environment Department told Reuters on Thursday.The mass kill is the latest in a string of bird and fish deaths around the world” (REUTERS News Jan 6, 2011).


January 5, 2011 –  “Birds fell from the sky to their deaths in the Ark., La. and Sweden, dead fish are floating around in Md. and Brazil, and most recently, over 40,000 dead devil crabs have washed up along the Kent coast in the U.K. The latest in the string of animal mass mortality incidents across the globe has caused many to wonder if an animal apocalypse is on the brink. The media started paying to attention to mass mortalities after a flock of blackbirds fell from the sky in Ark., crashing into homes, cars and each other before dying. Doug Inkley, senior scientist at the National Wildlife Federation, told CBS News that blackbirds don’t have very good night vision and that they were simply frightened. As for the fish and the crabs, the cause of the fish die-off in Brazil is yet to be determined, but officials in Md. told the Baltimore Sun the sensitive spot fish were most likely killed by cold water. According to the Daily Mail, environmental experts believe lower than average temperatures are to blame for the crab deaths” (


 January 7, 2011 – “After cavalcades of dead birds and fish from Arkansas and Texas to Sweden and New Zealand, tests are being carried out on the bodies of turtle doves in Italy after hundreds rained down near Ravenna. Yesterday alone 300 corpses were recovered with all of them having a blue tinge to their beaks, which scientists say indicates poisoning or hypoxia which is lack of oxygen that can confuse animals. It is not just birds that have been affected, with millions of dead fish also washing up on river banks and coastlines. The turtle dove case is the largest incident to have hit Europe so far – in Sweden 50 jackdaws were found dead. Italian officials said they expected results from the tests on Monday” (


January 5, 2011 – “More than 80 pigeons have keeled over and died at a farm near Quebec City for unknown reasons, the latest in a string of mysterious animal deaths around the world. Environmental officials in the province say there’s no connection to a similar case in Arkansas, but Sylvain Turmel is wondering why he’s been picking up dead pigeons for more than two weeks on his farm in Saint-Augustine-de-Desmaures. A spokesperson for the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries said tests are currently being performed at the animal pathology lab in the provincial capital. “The cause right now isn’t known,” (


January 10, 2011 – “Most of these birds have been hit by vehicles, it’s plain to see but why so many in one small area, about 500 metres and the rest of the journey I saw nothing, no more birds, it just doesn’t make sense.  Why would all these birds die in one small area?”(


January 11, 2011 –  “In yet another bizarre dead animal story, along Chicago’s lakefront, geese and mallard ducks could be seen in the hundreds chowing down on dead or dying fish. At least thousands of gizzard shad, members of the herring family, could been seen floating in Lake Michigan. The high number of dead fish is believed to have been caused by the thick ice that came to Chicago early this year” (


January 10, 2011 – “The mystery surrounding 100 dead birds between Healdsburg and Geyserville appears to be solved. The European starlings were found dead on the roadway and shoulder at Highway 101 and Independence Lane, just south of Geyserville Saturday afternoon. State wildlife officials Tuesday said the birds were hit by a truck, a conclusion drawn from a witness statement and the condition of the birds at the scene”



 January 12, 2011 – “A virus has killed millions of crickets raised to feed pet reptiles and those kept in zoos.  The cricket paralysis virus has disrupted supplies to pet shops across North America as a handful of operators have seen millions of their insects killed. The virus marks the latest in a recent series of mass animal deaths” (


January 13, 2011 – “How much longer can scientists keep saying this is normal? Up to 300 dead birds have been found on the side of an Alabama highway in the latest mass animal death to be reported. It appears that the birds died of blunt force trauma – possibly from being hit by a truck, wildlife biologist Bill Gates told local news station WAFF. The Alabama deaths are just the latest in a series of mass animal deaths around the world. Blame technology, says famed Harvard biologist E.O. Wilson. With the Internet, cell phones and worldwide communications, people are noticing events, connecting the dots more. The irony is that mass die-offs – usually of animals with large populations – are getting the attention while a larger but slower mass extinction of thousands of species because of human activity is ignored, Wilson said” (


January 14, 2011 – “An investigation is underway after 200 dead steers were found in a field at 8055 4th Avenue in the Town of Stockton.According to the Portage County Sheriff’s Department, the owner of the cattle has been working with a local vet and it’s believed the animals died from the IBR/BVD virus”.



January 14, 2011 – “An investigation is underway after 200 dead steers were found in a field at 8055 4th Avenue in the Town of Stockton. According to the Portage County Sheriff’s Department, the owner of the cattle has been working with a local vet and it’s believed the animals died from the IBR/BVD virus. The virus can cause respiratory and reproductive problems”.


January 14, 2011 – “The death of 730 wild-caught African grey parrots on a commercial flight between Jo’burg and Durban last month has blown the lid off a possible wildlife trafficking ring based in South Africa and operating on the rest of the African continent. The 730 African greys, transported in 15 crates, died on a 1time flight between Johannesburg and Durban when transferred from state quarantine facilities at the airport to Toucan Private Quarantine outside Durban. State vets are still investigating the precise cause of death, but early research indicates that it was probably due to carbon monoxide poisoning” (

January 14, 2011 – “Mass fish death was recorded in the Iranian sector of the Caspian Sea,” Iranian Gulistan Province’s Nature Conservation Department Deputy Head Mohsen Jafarnejad said. “An analysis of samples taken from dead fish was carried out, and now we are waiting for their results,” Jafarnejad said. In recent years, such cases are observed in various places around the world. Scientists suggest that the causes of the recent events may be a global disaster or testing of biological weapons” (


 January 15, 2011 – “Thousands of dead fish washed ashore at Folly Beach on Thursday morning. Officials with the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (DNR) are investigating the incident and say the fish are all of the same species — Menhaden. “We’re still waiting to see if DNR can come up with some kind of a clue as to why this happened.” Folly Beach Mayor Tim Goodwin said. Thursday morning’s discovery on Folly Beach adds to a nationwide mystery involving similar occurrences of mass fish and bird deaths” (


January 17, 2011 – “Local officials said Tuesday that a poison that poses no risk to humans or pets is believed to be the cause of a large bird die-off in Yankton. More than 300 dead starlings have been found in downtown Yankton since Monday morning. In an interview with the Press & Dakotan, wildlife biologist Ricky Woods confirmed that he was involved with dispersing DRC-1339 at a cattle feedlot in Nebraska about 10 miles south of Yankton. He is with the USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspections Service Wildlife Services and is based in Lincoln, Neb.He said starlings at the livestock facility were targeted for eradication when the poison was put out Thursday”

January 17, 2011 – “People on the north coast of Labrador say scores of dead seals have been washing ashore since early December. A conservation officer with the area’s Inuit government estimated late last week that hundreds of adult and young seals have died in the area between Hopedale and Makkovik this winter. The Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) is testing the carcasses” (

January 17, 2011 – “Hundreds of dead or agonizing crows have brought terror to a town in the Eastern part of Romania. Since Saturday, the locals of Roman, a town of 80.000 people, have noticed that hundreds of crows fell to the ground dead or in agony in one of the local parks. On Monday, dozens of birds were struggling with death, unable to fly. Local experts suspect that the crows may have been poisoned, but no verdict can be given before a forensic study is conducted. Some three dozen starlings have also been found dead in Constanţa, by the Black Sea, in Romania, on January the 8th. Veterinarians concluded that the starlings died of cold and alcohol intoxication” (

January 17, 2011 – “Hundreds of Eastern brown pelicans, some with missing wings and frostbite, have been injured or killed in the St. Johns River the past couple of weeks in the Mayport area. The exact reason is unknown but the cold weather could have caused hypothermia when the birds landed in the water. Cindy Mosling, co-founder of the Bird Emergency Aid and Kare Sanctuary on Big Talbot Island, thinks chemicals in the water could be the culprit. Mosling has seen at least 20 dead pelicans so far. Karen Parker of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission said 15 pelicans were found dead Sunday but couldn’t explain the reason” (

January 17, 2011 – “Same story as Hundreds of dead seals wash ashore in Labrador Canada”.

January 20, 2011 – “Colorado is now on the list of states where birds are mysteriously dying. CBS4 You Reporter Stacia Shane sent in pictures of dozens of dead birds she found on I-25. More than one hundred birds were found and most of them were under trees. Health investigators picked up the birds and will try to determine how they died” (

January 20, 2011 – “Sempronius buffalo farmer Peter Head has lost 55 animals to a mysterious illness since October, but autopsies have shown no clear cause of death. Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine conducted necropsies on several of the carcasses but found only dehydration, Head said. Ron Podolak of the Cayuga County Soil and Water Conservation District said there is no indication that disease is spreading to neighboring farms. In my career, I don’t remember anything quite like this,” Podolak said” (

January 21, 2011 – “A massive wild bird kill is reported from a Beijing suburb. Dozens of dead blackbirds, mallards and magpies have been found along the banks of the Xiaojing River. A staff member of a centre for hygiene and epidemiological control does not rule out that the birds have died of starvation and unfavorable weather conditions. Mass bird deaths for no obvious reason has been registered in Sweden, the United States, Italy and Canada since early this year” (


January 21, 2011 – “In the latest of a string of mass animal deaths, 10,000 cows and buffalo have died in Vietnam.
Vietnam’s Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development confirmed the news this week that more than 10,000 cows and buffalos died nationwide due to harsh weather conditions” (


January 22, 2011 – “Port Director Odd Bernt Mevold is one of those who collect the birds.  So far today we’ve picked up ten birds, so there is a high mortality rate now.  What happens in the harbor here is tragic, “said Mevold to NRK.  Now the door is about 10 birds a day in the area, and it is not normal, “says Mevold” (

January 22, 2011 – “Little penguins are dying in their hundreds, leading conservationists to fear they are starving as a result of the La Nina weather system. Other seabirds are washing up dead on beaches, raising concerns that species could become extinct if climate change causes extreme weather events to become more frequent. At Wellington Zoo, two starving little blue penguin chicks have been brought in this week. Those brought into the zoo were likely to be just a very small portion of those dying. She was concerned that more frequent extreme weather events could lead to extinctions in some species” (

January 23, 2011 – “Seventy-five birds were found in an area measuring only 12ft in diameter, each with severe injuries including broken beaks and legs, and abdominal wounds. The RSPCA, which was called to the scene, said the most likely explanation was that the starlings were being chased by a predator, possibly a sparrow hawk. Another theory was that the birds may have eaten crops sprayed with weed killer. However, the RSPCA said there was no evidence of poisoning and the birds died at the same time” (

January 25, 2011 – “Another beach in Cedar has been found covered with hundreds of dead herring that washed ashore. The fish were found Monday near the beach house in Cedar-By-The-Sea, a short distance from the beach north of Boat Harbour where Will Meeks found a large number of dead herring on Friday.Brenda Spence, a spokeswoman for the Department of Fisheries and Oceans, speculated early Monday — before the latest discovery — that sea lions eating through nets used in the food and bait herring fishery in the Georgia Strait was the likely cause of the first incident.” (

February 20, 2011 – “The National Environmental Management Authority (Nema), Public Health Ministry and Kenya Wildlife Service are investigating the deaths of fish in Mara River. Conservationists suspect the deaths that started last week might have been caused by agro chemicals from farms that drain into the river. Hoteliers in Masai Mara Game Reserve are now expressing fear that the chemicals might kill animals that depend on the river. The Narok South Nema officer in charge Gabriel Tambushi said initial reports had indicated that more than five million fish were killed at the confluence of the seasonal Moyan River in Transmara with the Mara following a heavy flood. “The sudden change of weather that resulted into heavy mist covering the water surface, inhibiting fish and other animals that depend on the river from breathing might have been the cause of the deaths,” said Tambushi” (

February 26, 2011 – “EXPERTS have no answers on what has caused the Death of Thousands of Squid in the River Derwent this week. Dead and dying arrowhead squid have been washed ashore or spotted floating on the water at Austins Ferry and Berriedale since Tuesday. The Environment Protection Authority yesterday confirmed reports of more dead squid further down the river” It is the third case of mass fish deaths in the Derwent in the space of two weeks. EPA director Alex Schaap said “We haven’t found evidence of anything untoward.” Water testing is now being done to cast light on the squid deaths” (

March 8, 2011 “Sardines and other small fish in the hundreds of thousands washed up dead overnight in the harbor area of Redondo Beach, Calif., just south of Los Angeles, puzzling authorities. Biologists have tentatively concluded that the fish died from oxygen deprivation after being driven by a storm into a closed-off pier area, California Department of Fish and Game spokesman Andrew Hughan told Reuters” (

March 23, 2011 “A fresh outbreak of African swine fever in northern Cameroon could result in farmers losing as many as 100,000 animals, officials said. Veterinarians said they thought they had the disease under control in December but a new outbreak has resulted in the death and slaughter of hundreds of pigs, reported Monday” (

March 28, 2011 “Months after the hundreds of birds fell dead from the sky and after thousands of dead fish, crabs, sardines, dolphins, and whales washed ashore worldwide, more dead fish washed ashore in Alabama, and a dead whale washed ashore in Virginia. There’s still no cause for the hundreds of dead fish that were found dead along the gulf shores over the weekend. They were also found along the gulf state pier Saturday morning. Park officials said it was unusual to see spade fish in that area this early in the year. The dead sigh spanned about three miles of shoreline. The Department of Wildlife and Fisheries will take the fish in for testing.In Sandbridge, VA, the carcass of a Sei whale was found Sunday morning. The whale measured 35 to 40 feet long” (

April 10 2011 “INVESTIGATIONS are continuing into the death of 10 green turtles found washed up on the beach in Boyne Island and Tannum Sands. Although there is no proof at this stage, there is mounting speculation that the deaths of the turtles are the result of drowning” (

April 11, 2011 “Low oxygen levels are said to be responsible for the hundreds of dead fish found floating in the Meadow River. The fish were seen floating in the river behind Flying Dust First Nation’s band office on the morning of April 11. The ministry of environment was then called in to examine the fish. Gord Sedgewick, a fisheries biologist for the ministry, said the deaths were probably caused by a winter kill. This year the number of incidents appear to be on the rise” (

April 12, 2011 “The long cold winter wasn’t just tough on Minnesotans, it was tough on fish in area lakes.Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board officials say they’re cleaning up fish at several lakes in the city, which died from a lack of oxygen. Park officials found dead channel catfish, large goldfish and bullheads”


April 15, 2011 “The state’s Fish & Wildlife Division has been getting a heaping helping of phone calls from the public, reporting heaps of dead fish along Massachusetts pond and lake banks, but it appears there’s no foul play at hand. The culprit, the Division says, is none other than Mother Nature.Richard Hartley, who serves as the Division’s fish kill coordinator, tells ABC 40 it’s the result of the winter’s huge snowfall amounts. The fisheries biologist says when ice forms on water bodies every winter, it blocks oxygen from dissolving in to the water. But the thickness of the snow that fell on the ice this winter blocked sunlight” (

April 15, 2011 “Tens of thousands of dead fish surfaced on Vapi’s sea coast on Wednesday morning, an incident that locals say is not the first. Most immediately blamed chemical discharges from the industries nearby. Kolak village sarpanch Kishor Patel informed Gujarat Pollution Control Board officials, who took samples of sand, water and dead fish and sent it to Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) office to ascertain the cause of death” (

April 15, 2011 “Dead fish littered the now-open shoreline near the public access of Red Sand Lake on Tuesday morning, meaning talk that the lake was hit by winterkill is likely fact. Most every species of fish found in the lake floated in the shallows — northern pike, perch, sunfish, crappies. Even bullheads, further proof that the winterkill is real: Of the species of fish in Red Sand, bullheads are among the most tolerant of low oxygen levels, according to the DNR” (

April 27 2011 “Crews are cleaning up the thousands of dead fish that have washed up along Lake Champlain’s New York shoreline, including a stretch where public campgrounds and beaches are being prepared for opening this spring. Lakeside residents in Vermont began reporting thousands of dead alewives showing up along the shore earlier this month. Vermont fisheries biologists say alewives, a species not native to the lake, are sensitive to frigid temperatures and likely died off during the winter”

May 02, 2011 “The mass loss of fish is noted in Kamienski region. The checking already begun on the fact. Several dead fishes are sent for a study into the Sverdlovsk provincial veterinary station. On this [API] they reported in the press service of the procuratorship of Sverdlovsk region. They there noted that the fish floated up to the surface To [iseti] in Kamienski region, near the village Of [beklenishchevoy]. According to the preliminary data, the reason for loss was the winter lethal aquatic epidemic of fish. Under ice it did not obtain air. Fish choked, and it floated on the spring. The signs of chemical poisoning it is not thus far discovered” ( ).

May 03, 2011 “A record number of big-game animals perished this winter in parts of Montana, Idaho and Wyoming from a harsh season of unusually heavy snows and sustained cold in the Northern Rockies, state wildlife managers say. Wildlife managers estimate die-offs in the tens of thousands across thousands of square miles that span prairie in northeastern Montana, the upper Snake River basin in Idaho near Yellowstone National Park and the high country of northwestern Wyoming near the exclusive resort of Jackson” (

May 11, 2011 “Thirty one dolphins were found dead in the Crimean Peninsula in Southern Ukraine, the press office of the Emergencies Ministry in Crimea reported Tuesday.  According to officials, the dead dolphins were scattered in an area of 2 km along the coastal zone. Experts said the probable cause of the mammalian deaths is getting into the fins” (

May 19, 2011 “An alarming number of sick, dying and dead leopard sharks have been turning up on the shores of Richardson Bay over the past two weeks, but researchers are baffled as to what is causing the problem. More than 100 of the sharks have washed ashore in San Mateo, San Francisco and Marin counties over the past month. A theory is that there is a lack of oxygen in the water. Samples of the dead sharks have been taken for analysis. Those results will come back in a few weeks and could provide more details” (

May 19, 2011 “Galahs dropping dead and falling from trees in Oxley Park remain a mystery but the possibility of poisoning seems unlikely following an autopsy by a veterinarian. The birds did not have any obvious injuries or wounds and were all lying in a spread wing position. Some of the birds will now be sent off to the Elizabeth Macarthur Agricultural Institute at Menangle for further testing in case any exotic, notifiable disease is the culprit” (


May 19, 2011 “The number of horses confirmed with a fatal horse virus continues to rise in Colorado. The Colorado Department of Agriculture said Thursday there are now eight confirmed cases of equine herpes virus, including two horses that had to be euthanized. There are also 22 suspected cases and 10 quarantine orders issued in six counties. Colorado State Fair organizers have voluntarily canceled three horse events to limit the number of horses traveling to the fairgrounds in Pueblo” (

May 21, 2011 “Dozens of dead fish were spotted in the water and on the shoreline and unusual yellow film on the water. The Ministry of Environment told CityNews the yellow film is caused by the dispersal of pollen, and is common at this time of year. However, the pollen did not kill the fish – the Ministry says they died of natural causes” (–dead-fish-spotted-at-mississauga-s-jack-darling-park).

May 23, 2011 “Thousands of dead walleye are washing ashore. The dead fish have been located on the beaches of Lake Erie, primarily from Oak Harbor to the islands. Biologist Roger Knight has been investigating the cause of the kill. He’s tested dozens of fish for disease, but he says all the tests have been negative. After testing and researching, Knight says it appears the walleye died of natural causes associated with spawning or mating” (

May 24, 2011 “It’s a strange phenomenon: hundreds of dead fish piling up along the Ogeechee River, and no one knows what killed them. It’s a mystery state and federal officials are trying to solve. The Georgia Environmental Protection Division announced late Thursday that the fish kill in the Ogeechee River was caused by columnaris, a bacterial disease induced by environmental stress” (

May 25, 2011 “A large number of dead fish have been found floating in the Manasi Ganga lake in the past three days resulting in difficulties for devotees visiting the Mukut Mukharbind temple situated adjacent to the lake”


May 27, 2011 “Fish are dying in their hundreds of thousands after authorities increased the water flow at a Washington state am. The fish are being poisoned by an excess of nitrogen gas in the Columbia river, down stream from the Grand Coulee Dam.The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, which runs the dam, has been forced to increase the flow rate after a large winter snow melt swelled water levels” (

May 27, 2011 “More than 370 metric tons of milkfish (bangus) have been floating in Taal Lake since Thursday. Municipal agriculturist Zenaida Macatangay said that the sudden change in the weather brought about by typhoon “Chedeng” could have been the reason behind the fishkill” (

May 27, 2011 “Thousands of fish in Muthannan Kulam in the city were found dead on Thursday morning. “The death of the fish was due to the lack of oxygen subject to a growth of water-hyacinth. The leakage of effluents into the lake may not be a reason for the death of the fish” said Corporation chairman Anshul Mishra”


May 27, 2011 “Over 150 dolphins have been found dead so far this year in the Gulf of Mexico as a result of last year’s BP oil spill and chemical dispersants deployed to break up the oil on the surface and deep underwater” (

May 27, 2011 Head line to video news report entitled: “MASS SEA SNALIL KILL Thousands Of Dead Snails Wash Ashore In Bangladesh”. Researchers are baffled and cannot identify the cause of death.

May 28, 2011 “A Saudi farmer who went into his barn to take his 300 sheep on their daily pasturing was shocked when he found them all dead, a newspaper in the Gulf Kingdom said on Saturday. “Inspectors at the ministry of agriculture said they had taken samples from the dead sheep to determine the cause of their death,” the Arabic language daily Sabq said”


June 2, 2011 THOUSANDS of dead starfish, crabs and other sea creatures were found washed up on a Flintshire beach. But the creatures, which have now been washed away, did not die in suspicious circumstances at Talacre Beach, a county coastal ranger told the Chronicle.Alistair Hemphill said: “It’s not a natural disaster. It’s not a sudden beaching of starfish. It could be that they have just come to the end of their life cycle, died after mating and spawning and have lain dead in the sea for a long time. Strong winds and bad weather have then washed them ashore.”


June 2, 2011 “It seems quite obvious that something monumental is happening in, around or near the Taal volcano in the Philippines. On Saturday, I told you of the 375 tons of dead milk fish (bangus) seen floating on the Taal Lake in Talisay, in Batangas. On Monday, that total dramatically increased to 800 tons, leaving wildlife experts baffled by the sudden deaths. Today, news of another 200 tons of fish. Now, according to the United Kingdom’s unit of measure, one ton is equal to a weight or mass of 2,240 pounds or 1,016 kg. Which means that if the total amount of dead fish is 1,000 (800 + 200), then the total poundage is 2,240,000. Two million, two hundred and forty thousand pounds?!  Incredible!” (


“Scientists on Thursday blamed Europe’s worst recorded food-poisoning outbreak on a “super-toxic” strain of E. coli bacteria that may be brand new. But while suspicion has fallen on raw tomatoes, cucumbers and lettuce as the source of the germ, researchers have been unable to pinpoint the food responsible for the frightening illness, which has killed at least 18 people, sickened more than 1,600 and spread to least 10 European countries. An alarmingly large number of victims — about 500 — have developed kidney complications that can be deadly” (Yahoo News June 2, 2011).

June 3, 2011 A Turkish report on June 3,2011 which is not in English reports on  “Thousands of Dead Fish in Aydın, Turkey” (

June 6, 2011 “Fish losses in Batangas as of June 1 have been placed at 972.6 metric tons; Esmeralda Paz Manalang, officer in charge of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) in Calabarzon said the disaster was caused by abrupt changes in weather, low oxygen level at the lake and its deteriorating water quality” (

“Germany’s national disease control center says a further 94 people have been sickened by the deadliest E.coli outbreak in modern history. The Robert Koch Institute said the number of registered infections in Germany rose to 2,325 Tuesday, with those in other European countries still standing at about 100” (Fox News June 7, 2011).

June 8, 2011 “ABOUT 600 dead penguins have washed up on Uruguay’s Atlantic coast over the past few days. Experts are trying to determine what has killed the animals. Experts say it is common for dead penguins to appear in the area at this time of year, but the extent of the die-off appears to be unusual” (

June 8, 2011 “The Eastern Province Fishermen’s Federation has blamed land-filling and worksite dumping for the appearance of thousands of dead fish covering a 400-meter stretch of beach at Tarout Island in Qatif” (

June 08 2011 “Thousands of fish have died after large amounts of storm sewage flooded into the River Thames.More than 450,000 tonnes of sewage overflowed into the river in west London when heavy rain fell on Sunday” (

June 8, 2011 “Hundreds of dead fish were found floating in the Pavana river near Ravet and other areas on Tuesday morning. The Maharashtra pollution control board (MPCB) has taken samples of the water and fish from four spots in the river and sent them for testing, said H D Gandhe, deputy regional officer, MPCB. R R Iyer, medical officer of health and chief of environmental cell, PCMC, said The exact cause of the fish death will be known once the report comes in. We think the dead fish may have floated into the PCMC limits from upstream areas” (

June 8, 2011 “PEOPLE of central Marovo lagoon in the Western have baffled over the sightings of dead fish floating in the lagoon since the weekend. Reports reaching Solomon Star early this week said since Saturday there were schools of dead fish found floating inside the lagoon area. Locals have blamed a foreigner who is developing a tourism resort in the area”(


June 17, 2011 “Hundreds of fish were found dead Thursday in the River Des Peres, the victim of stagnant water flow and low oxygen levels, the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District and the Missouri Department of Conservation said. Missouri Department of Conservation spokesman Dan Zarlenga said Friday the fish were identified as Asian carp and no other species were affected. Zarlenga said about 750 fish died.” (

June 18, 2011 “THOUSANDS of dead fish have been found floating on the surface of a small lake inside Sydney Airport. Authorities were still trying to determine the cause of the fish kill in North Pond yesterday” (


June 19, 2011 another mystery disease struck, this time in India. “At least 22 children below the age of six years have died and 35 others hospitalised due to a mystery disease during the past one week in Bihar”s Muzaffarpur district, officials said” (MSN New).


June 20, 2011 “MANILA, Philippines – Fishkill strikes anew in Taal Lake after many of it were seen floating above the lakewaters  this morning, Batangas Vce Governor Mark Leviste disclosed today. Leviste however  allayed fears of the public that the “unusual behavior” of the fish in the lake is a sign of another fishkill”

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June 21, 2011 have you noticed all the different reasons that have been given for the fish dying?  In many of the reports you read in this chapter you read about officials trying to explain the mass deaths, but The Huffington Post really tells it like it is via a new study. I quote, “The scientific panel concluded that degeneration in the oceans is happening much faster than has been predicted, and that the combination of factors currently distressing the marine environment is contributing to the precise conditions that have been associated with all major extinctions in the Earth’s history. According to the report, three major factors have been present in the handful of mass extinctions that have occurred in the past: an increase of both hypoxia (low oxygen) and anoxia (lack of oxygen that creates “dead zones”) in the oceans, warming and acidification. The panel warns that the combination of these factors will inevitably cause a mass marine extinction if swift action isn’t taken to improve conditions” (June 21, 2011).


June 23, 2011 AFP News reported, “Hong Kong health authorities on Thursday confirmed that a five-year-old boy had died from scarlet fever, the second death in the southern Chinese city as dozens of new cases were reported. The number of infections in the territory has soared above 500, according to health authorities, who said that more than 9,000 people had been infected in the Chinese mainland — doubling the average figure in recent years. Local scientists said the outbreak may be linked to a deadly new strain of the disease which could make it more contagious than before” .  There is enough proof from all the reports that show us God’s warning concerning the death of the people, fish, bird, and animals is in the process of being fulfilled.  If you watch the news you will be seeingt more news like you read in this chapter. 


Aug. 11, 2011 (Broken Arrow, OK) — It was a bit of a mystery as hundreds of birds were found dead yesterday in the Oklahoma town of Broken Arrow. Tulsa County and state experts say severe weather is to blame. Officials speculate lightning and thunder scared the birds out of the trees, causing them to either fly or be blown back into trees and buildings” (VERTEXNews Aug 11, 2011).

August. 14, 2011 “Pearl River fish kill puts fear in residents” “For the past few days a surge of dead fish has been the scene for folks living along the Pearl River. Residents in Picayune have also been effected by the scare. For families like the Mitchells, living along the Pearl River isn’t just beautiful scenery, it’s a complete way of life. “We feed our families three times a week from these rivers. Whether it be frogs, fish, the wildlife that we hunt during the Winter it’s a big portion of our meat for the year,” said Mitchell. But now that way of life is in question and to make matters worse, there’s no explanation for the problem. “I’ve been out here 59 years and I’ve never seen nothing like this. I’ve seen a fish kill before, but nothing like this,” said Picayune resident Dan Taylor. Floating on top of the discolored water you’ll find everything from various species of fish, eels, muscles and even snakes. Mitchell said, whatever is going on it’s wiping out life in the river” (WLOX News abc 13 Aug. 14, 2011).


October 7, 2011“Nearly 2,000 ducks and other birds are dead from avian botulism in one of Nevada’s more significant outbreaks of the disease. The number of bacteria-killed birds has been on a steady rise ever since and could make 2011 one of the 10 worst years for botulism outbreaks since state records started in 1949. Meanwhile, two days later, officials at Wasaga Beach Canada are ALSO reporting a die-off of small birds and fish due to Type E Botulism” ( Oct. 7, 2011).


October. 14, 2011: “Dead fish, disoriented birds, and discolored water are signaling the Texas coast’s largest red tide bloom in a decade, with concentrations of the Karenia brevis organism appearing in patches from Galveston down to South Padre Island. We haven’t had a red tide affect this much of the coast since 2000,” said Meridith Byrd, a red tide biologist with Texas Parks and Wildlife. “This is a big one.” Blooms of toxic algae occur around the world, but the Karenia brevis species, with its distinctive red nucleus, is unique to the Gulf of Mexico. It’s always present, but tends to thrive along shorelines in autumn, after months of hot, dry weather have increased salinity and nutrient levels. The blooms typically start offshore and are carried toward beaches by winds and currents” (San Antonio Express News Oct. 14, 2011).


October. 16, 2011: “A total of 94 harbor seals have washed up along the New England coast from Maine to just north of Boston since Sept. 1, and officials have no idea why, according to a spokesperson from the New England Aquarium in Boston. The unusual spectacle grabbed everyone’s attention around Sept. 29, according to Tony Lacasse, spokesperson for the New England Aquarium, when surfers at Rye Beach noticed a group of deal harbor seals washed ashore” (Fosters Daily Democrat Oct. 16, 2011).


October 16, 2011 Thousands of dead fish have washed ashore on a small stretch of shore from Englewood Beach to Stump Pass due to a red tide bloom. Ocean currents are shifting again and most of the dead fish — along with the red tide bloom that killed them — will be heading away from Sarasota County.A red tide bloom — caused by toxic algae — is lingering offshore from Englewood south to Sanibel Island. The bloom is forecast to move to the southeast over the weekend and could get pushed out to sea by Sunday or Monday, said Jason Lenes, a research associate with the Center for Prediction of Red Tides at the University of South Florida.”


October. 18, 2011: MIDLAND – Botulism is the likely killer of hundreds of birds and fish found washed up on the shores of Georgian Bay from Collingwood all the way to Parry Sound, says the Ministry of Natural Resources. “The cause of the die-off is unknown,” the ministry stated in a press release, “but botulism is typically the cause of this type of occurrence.” The first reported die-off came Aug. 22 in southeastern Georgian Bay, when the ministry was notified of the unexplained deaths of eight lake sturgeons and one carp. Sporadic reports were received in the following weeks, but the number and distribution increased recently” ( Oct 18, 2011).


October. 21, 2011: Youtube video entitled: “MASS BIRD DIE-OFF : Mysterious Bird Deaths in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 10/21/2011” “The apparent death of 30-40 birds has workers at one Myrtle Beach hotel wondering what’s to blame. Ocean Forest Resort Hotel Security Guard Brandon Nelson said between 30 and 40 birds of various breeds fell from the sky around 2 Sunday morning while he was patrolling the building. “The birds were just landing with a plop, some of them chirped and squirmed for a few minutes before they died. I’ve never seen anything like it” (The youtube video was uploaded by The Alien Project News on Oct. 21, 2011).


November 3, 2011: “In the nation’s Northeast, millions of brown bats are dying off. It’s estimated that the bat population there has declined by 80 percent since 2007, but a breakthrough discovery at a Madison lab could help researchers understand why and battle back against the disease causing the deaths. Researchers at the U.S. Geological Survey’s National Wildlife Health Center have determined that a fungus — one that shows up microscopically in magenta, spaghetti-like strands — is the cause of White Nose Syndrome” ( Nov. 3, 2011).


November 9, 2011: “An unprecedented number of fish with red spots, lesions and parasites, as well as dead dugongs and turtles, have been found this year. Fishermen and conservationists blame the state of the marine life on dredging to widen Gladstone Harbor to accommodate carrier ships servicing the booming liquefied natural gas and coal seam gas industries. But the Gladstone Port Corporation does not believe the dredging is causing the disease in fish, and authorities say last year’s wet summer may be a factor in the poor health of the harbor”  “Health experts have warned that Zimbabwe remains at risk of another major outbreak of waterborne diseases because the same problems that helped drive the last cholera epidemic remain unresolved, with six million people or half of the country’s total population of 12 million people with little or no access to safe water and sanitation” (ABC News Nov. 9, 2011).


November 15, 2011: “New Zealand conservation officials euthanized 18 beached pilot whales in a bid to end their suffering Wednesday after a mass stranding on a remote South Island beach that left a total of 65 whales dead” (McClatchy News Nov. 15, 2011).

January 2, 2012: “A small Arkansas town might have shown the first example of that as approximately 5,000 blackbirds dropped dead from the sky last night in the early hours of the new year. As if the incident was not strange enough, it is the second time in two years that the birds have fallen as the calendar year changes.”

January 3, 2012: “Dead herring in thousands covering the beach in northern Norway”. The main section of this short report stated, “Lots of dead herring covers a beach in northern Norwegian municipality Nordreisa. Herring was discovered on New Year’s Eve, and yet there is no certain explanation for what happened.”

January 9, 2012: “BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — White-tailed deer populations in parts of eastern Montana and elsewhere in the Northern Plains could take years to recover from a devastating disease that killed thousands of the animals in recent months, wildlife officials and hunting outfitters said.

January 9, 2012: “The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is trying to figure out what killed dozens of turtles in the Keystone Heights recently. Commission spokeswoman Karen Parker said a resident in the Smith Lake area noticed the dead turtles and reported them over the weekend. The turtles – many found at the end of Pinon Road – did not appear to have any signs they died of a traumatic death, Parker said ” ( Jan. 9, 2012).

January 11, 2012: “A large number of fish were found dead Monday in a major river in the southern province of Guangdong, local authorities confirmed Tuesday. Floating fish were reported in a three-kilometer section of the Xijiang River in the Jiangmen City on Monday morning, but the situation improved Tuesday with no more dead fish found, said Zhao Yanqiang, spokesman for the city’s publicity department. An initial probe has ruled out a lack of oxygen or low water temperatures as the cause of the death.”

January 13, 2012: Headline: “New Animal Virus Takes Northern Europe by Surprise”  ““Scientists in northern Europe are scrambling to learn more about a new virus that causes fetal malformations and stillbirths in cattle, sheep, and goats. For now, they don’t have a clue about the virus’s origins or why it’s suddenly causing an outbreak; in order to speed up the process, they want to share the virus and protocols for detecting it with anyone interested in studying the disease or developing diagnostic tools and vaccines.”  “We are taking this very, very seriously,” adds Thomas Mettenleiter, head of the Friedrich-Loeffler-Institute (FLI), the German federal animal health lab located on the island of Riems. The virus appears to be transmitted by midges (Culicoides spp.), and infections likely occurred in summer and autumn of last year, but fetuses that were exposed to the virus in the womb are only now being born. The first cases of lambs with congenital malformations such as hydrancephaly — where parts of the brain are replaced by sacs filled with fluid — and scoliosis (a curved spine) appeared before Christmas. “Now, in some herds 20 percent to 50 percent of lambs show such malformations,” Mettenleiter says. “And most of these animals are born dead.” Scientists are bracing for many more cases to appear, especially in cattle, because bovine fetuses”.

January 14, 2012: “Up to 30 dolphins beach on Cape Cod, 10 to 12 dead”

February 8, 2012: “A newly identified disease is moving rapidly through livestock in Europe and has authorities both worried and puzzled. The disease, dubbed Schmallenberg virus for a town in west-central Germany where one of the first outbreaks occurred, makes adult animals only mildly ill, but causes lambs, kids and calves to be born dead or deformed.”

February 18, 2012 “A new virus is causing lambs to be born with deformities so severe that they die within seconds.”

February 21, 2012 “Thousandsof dead tuna found floating off Dubai”  “DubaiThe Coast Guard has found thousands of dead tuna floating in the waters west ofDubai Monday. An environmental reason may have resulted in the death of the fish, but that only tests could confirm the exact cause.”


February 27, 2012 “Scientists have found a new influenza virus that infects bats.” “The new virus belongs to a family of flu viruses called Influenza A. Birds are natural hosts for these viruses, but they are found in other animals, too, including pigs, horses, seals and whales — and of course, humans, according to the CDC. The flu viruses that cause pandemics generally emerge from infected animal populations, Donis said. [Predicting the Next Major Virus]”


March 1, 2012  “Dozens of pet dogs around one New Mexico city have had to be euthanized since December because they were exposed to rabid animals and hadn’t been vaccinated, the state’s health department said Wednesday. In addition to the 32 dogs that were euthanized, livestock and at least one cat also had to be put down in the Carlsbad area.In an outbreak documented by state health officials in Eddy County, 22 skunks, one dog and one fox have tested positive for rabies, state health officials announced in a news release.”


March 16, 2012: Egypt’s veterinary authorities say foot-and-mouth disease has left more than 2,000 young cattle dead. Egypt’s local press on Friday quoted veterinary official Essam Abdel-Shakour as saying that 24,500 livestock have been infected with the disease over the past two weeks. Most of the infections have come in the Nile Delta provinces in northern Egypt.”


March 23, 2012 “Beijing : Persistent snowfall has battered the province since late January, killing more than 90,000 livestock, Xinhua reported.”


March 29, 2012 “At least 10,000 migrating snow geese and other waterfowl have died this spring at drought-plagued Lower Klamath and Tule Lake national wildlife refuges along the Oregon border in Siskiyou County. Biologists are calling the avian cholera outbreak one of the biggest drought-related die-offs in the refuges’ more than 100-year history. “We’re going to estimate about 15,000 dead by the end of the outbreak,” refuge manager Ron Cole said.” (The Redding Search Light March 29, 2012).


April 3, 2012 “In the past few days 481 dolphins have been found along the coast of Peru. This recent startling discovery puts the death toll to over 3,000 just in the last 3 months. Now residents are consulting expert biologists for answers to this unusual mass animal deaths”.


April 4, 2012 “Things keep getting worse for North American bats. Nearly seven million from various species have now fallen victim to the deadly but little-understood disease known as white-nose syndrome (WNS) since it was first observed in February 2006.( April 4, 2012).


April 30, 2012 “Hundreds – possibly thousands – of pelicans, dolphins, sea lions and other marine animals and coastal birds have been found dead along a 40-mile stretch of Peru’s northern coast” Outdoor News April 30, 2012).


May 3, 2012 “Over 50 thousand fish in a pond near an industrial area in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen died overnight on Monday, CRI Online reports.  The dead fish are mostly concentrated in the northern corner of the pond, and half of the body of water is now covered with rotting fish.


May 8, 2012 “Fish kill scare along Kuwait bay”. “Fish have been dying in large numbers along Kuwait bay.”


May 21, 2012 “Dead fish pile up on Mula-Mutha banks”  “The problem of fish dying in large numbers has come to the fore of the banks of the Mula-Mutha (Bheema) rivers again. Fish have been found dead along the banks of the Mula-Mutha because of rising pollution and the latest in the series was recorded at Hatvalan near the Pune-Daund border last week. Since last week, thousands of Mozambique Tilapia fishes were found dead on the river banks at Hatvalan in Daund division, about 76 km from Pune.”


May 24, 2012 “Hardly a day goes by in Sochi, Russia’s picturesque Black Sea resort, without a dead dolphin washing up on the beach. With the tourist season just kicking off, the unexplained deaths have yet to draw much scrutiny. But environmentalists are increasingly alarmed. The dolphin carcasses are also turning into a real holiday spoiler for vacationers drawn to the region’s scenic beaches and pristine vistas. Russian tourist Aida Kobzh was shocked to discover a group of dead dolphins last week at her local beach in Sochi.”


June 4, 2012 “Hundreds of crown-of-thorns starfish found on a beach in southern Japan in January stranded themselves because they were starving, say researchers. More than 800 were discovered on a 300m stretch of sand on Ishigaki island. The starfish population “outbreak” was first identified in 2009, when masses of juveniles were seen feeding on the island’s outer coral reef. The coral-eating starfish then took three years to move onto the beach where they perished.


June 5, 2012 “There are tons and tons of dead sardines washing up on the shore, and not only is the sight disturbing, but the huge amount of dead fish is literally smelling up the entire surrounding area. According to the news, the dead fish started washing up around noon of June 3rd, and as of early afternoon on June 4th, the situation still remained pretty much out of control. The amount of dead sardines that has washed up is thought to total several dozen metrics tons, so you can imagine how bad the smell of rotting fish must be.


June 6, 2012 “Missouri conservationists are trying to solve a mystery in an area lake. What started as a couple dozen dead carp turned into more than 10,000 in Blue Springs Lake. Conservationists took water samples and couldn’t figure out exactly what caused the deaths. Their samples have now gone onto a national lab for further analysis. Between 500 and 1,000 carp have been killed everyday. Jake Allman, a biologist with the Missouri Conservation, started noticing carp with lesions under their scales the last few weeks.”


July 2, 2012 “MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – An outbreak of avian flu in western Mexico has killed at least 870,000 poultry birds since its detection last month but poses no threat to humans, the agriculture ministry said on Monday.”


July 8, 2012 “In lakes and rivers across parched areas of the U.S., heat and lower water levels are reducing oxygen levels — and killing fish populations by the thousands. At one lake in Delaware, up to 6,000 dead gizzard shad and 600 perch were found floating this week. “Aggravating this summertime problem, increased temperatures lead to warmer water, which holds less dissolved oxygen,” state natural resources spokesman John Clark told In South Carolina, some 500 fish died at Lake Hartwell” (msnbc.comUSNews July 8, 2012). “Some 10,000 bluegills were thought to have died, and city workers were tasked with the cleanup even though the lake is on private property” (ibid.).


July 9, 2012 “Fish are showing up dead by the thousands on shores across the United States. Scientists say high temperatures leading to low dissolved oxygen levels and excessive microscopic algae bloom are the likely causes of some 6,000 gizzard shad and 600 adult white perch deaths in Delaware.”


July 11, 2012 “At least 150 bison in Canada’s remote Northwest Territories have been killed by anthrax in recent weeks, natural resources officials said” (UPI July 11, 2012). 


July 28, 2012 “The drought and extreme heat wreaking havoc across the U.S. farm belt is killing fish by the thousands in lakes and rivers and could pose a problem to migrating ducks and other waterfowl if it stretches into the fall, officials said.”  “In Iowa, losses were estimated at $10.1 million after 37,000 fish were found dead along a 42-mile stretch of the Des Moines River from the dam in Eldon to the Farmington Bridge in the northeast of the state”


July 30, 2012 “An unknown virus is threatening the population of St. Peter’s fish (Tilapia) in Lake Kinneret (Sea of Galilee). The virus, which has yet to be identified, is causing the fish to go blind, therefore inhibiting their ability to search for food and causing them to starve to death. According to an expert report, the mysterious disease has been plaguing the Kinneret’s Tilapia for a decade, but some unknown factor has recently caused it to become an epidemic” (Ynetnews July 30, 2012).


July 30, 2012 “Dozens of wild peacocks have died suddenly in Pakistan, prompting experts to fear an outbreak of the highly contagious Newcastle disease. Officials on Monday confirmed the deaths of at least 60 peacocks in Thar desert, part of southern Sindh province, over the last week. Local media reports say more than 100 of the exotic birds have died” (Terra Daily).


July 31, 2012 “A new flu virus identified in American harbor seals has the potential to pass to other mammals, including humans, say experts. The H3N8 strain was discovered after the death of 162 New England harbor seals last year. Post-mortem examinations of five of the animals showed they were killed by a flu infection. The strain is closely related to one that has been circulating in North American birds since 2002. But unlike the bird strain, it has adapted to living in mammals. It has also evolved mutations known to ease transmission and cause more severe symptoms” (SkyNews ).


August 5, 2012 “Thousands of fish are dying in the Midwest as the hot, dry summer dries up rivers and causes water temperatures to climb in some spots to nearly 100 degrees. About 40,000 shovelnose sturgeon were killed in Iowa last week as water temperatures reached 97 degrees. Nebraska fishery officials said they’ve seen thousands of dead sturgeon, catfish, carp, and other species in the Lower Platte River, including the endangered pallid sturgeon. And biologists in Illinois said the hot weather has killed tens of thousands of large- and smallmouth bass and channel catfish and is threatening the population of the greater redhorse fish, a state-endangered species” (AP).

August 8, 2012 “South Korea’s extended heatwave has taken its toll on both humans and animals, with more than 830,000 chickens or other poultry reported dead as of Wednesday. The agriculture ministry said 786,512 chickens, 40,780 ducks, 3,000 quail, 336 pigs and five cows have died since July 20, when the peak temperature began hovering above 33 Celsius (91.4 Fahrenheit) in most areas” (Terra Daily)

August 8, 2012 (AFP News) – Eight million chickens have so far been slaughtered in Mexico and 66 million more were vaccinated in a bid to contain a bird flu outbreak in the west of the country, authorities said Tuesday. The agriculture ministry said in a statement that during the vaccination process in the Los Altos region of Jalisco state, diseased chickens were identified, leading to the destruction of the flu-carrying fowl. Food safety officials say the outbreak, which was first detected on June 20, is confined to Los Altos, which is an egg-producing area. Inspections in other parts of the country have not turned up any signs of the disease. A national animal health emergency was declared at the beginning of July, and the prices of both eggs and chickens have skyrocketed.”

August 12, 2012 reported, “Hundreds of thousands of dead fish are covering beaches from Galveston all the way to Freeport. It’s a mess, to say the least.”.  “This type of fish is particularly sensitive to varying oxygen levels. As the temperature rises, oxygen levels drop. “More fish are expected to wash ashore, though it’s unknown how many” (Ibid).  One day later the Houston Chronicle reported why all the fish were dying in their report entitled, “Red tide being blamed for fish kill at Galveston beaches”.  “State officials confirmed Monday that a toxic algal bloom known as red tide is responsible for thousands of dead fish that washed ashore on Galveston Island the day before” (Aug. 13, 2012).

August 13, 2012 “The worst anthrax outbreak on record in the NWT has decimated the Mackenzie bison herd, although no fresh carcasses have been found within the last two weeks, News/North has learned. “I’m still trying to figure out what actually happened. It’s a huge amount of bison that went down,” said Wayne Sabourin, chief of the Dehgahgotie First Nation based in Fort Providence. As of press time, 431 bison carcasses had been found in the Mackenzie Bison Range” (Norther New Service on line).

August 15, 2012 The reported, “An official of Dover Chemical Corp. said Wednesday his company did not discharge any substance into Sugar Creek, where an estimated 4,000 to 5,000 fish died Monday. Some type of toxic substance did kill them, however, according to state officials. “There is no indication that this came from Dover Chemical,” said Tom Freeman, executive vice president of operations. “We had no discharge that was out of compliance.”  An official of Dover Chemical Corp. said Wednesday his company did not discharge any substance into Sugar Creek, where an estimated 4,000 to 5,000 fish died Monday. Some type of toxic substance did kill them, however, according to state officials.  “There is no indication that this came from Dover Chemical,” said Tom Freeman, executive vice president of operations. “We had no discharge that was out of compliance.”


August 20, 2012 this headline appeared in The Watchers.  “Massive fish kill in Myrtle Beach in South Carolina and Galveston Bay in Texas”.  I quote. “On August 17, 2012, all along the Myrtle Beach coast, beach-goers were finding mixed species of dead fish floating in the surf or washing up on shore – sting rays, pompanos, whitings, flounders… The fish did not have any obvious signs of trauma.”


September 1, 2012 – UPDATE: 200 Deer now dead from virus in Cook County, America.


September 1, 2012 – 58,000 Ducks and Chickens dead from Bird Flu in Quang Ngai, Vietnam.


September 2, 2012 – 17 Whales dead after 22 beach themselves in Florida, America.


September 2, 2012 – Dozens of Birds falling dead every day in Pakki Tibbi village, India.


September 2, 2012 – 16 Whales dead after mass stranding of 26 Whales off coast of Fife in Scotland.


September 3, 2012 – Fish kill in Bayou Casotte in Jackson County, America.


September 4, 2012 – Thousands of dead Fish along Bayou Lafourche in Louisiana, America.


September 4, 2012 – Thousands of dead Fish found in Broadkill River – “The River smelled like dead fish” – in Delaware, America.


September 5, 2012 – 400 Deer found dead in Caldwell County, North Carolina in America.


September 5, 2012 – New highly toxic strain of Bird flu discovered, killing 181,000 ducks and chickens this year in Vietnam.


September 5, 2012 – Tens of thousands of Nutria Rats washed up dead on Mississippi beaches in America.


September 6, 2012 – Tens of thousands of dead Fish and dead birds line the shores of Lake Erie in Canada.


September 7, 2012 – 30 Dolphins washed up dead on beaches during August in Bulgaria.


September 7, 2012 – Mysterious disease has caused a Moose die-off in Sweden.


September 8, 2012 – Fish kill in San Carlos Lake in Arizona, America.


Septemer 11, 2012 – Salton Sea fingered as culprit of big Calif. Stink.


September 12, 2012 – Thousands of dead Fish in Arrowhead Lakes, Arizona, America.


September 12, 2012 – 362 Cattle found dead in Manzini, Swaziland.


September 13, 2012 – Hundreds of thousands of dead Jellyfish line the shores of Cable Beach in Australia.


September 14, 2012 – 2,200 Deer have died this year from a disease that is spreading in Nebraska, America.

September 14, 2012 – UPDATE: 22.3 MILLION Birds killed due to bird flu in Mexico.

September 14, 2012 – Mounds of dead Fish (bottom dwellers) found along Mangalore coast, raising concern in India.

September 19, 2012 – Large Fish kill in Lake Auburn, Maine, America.

September 19, 2012 – 588 Cattle dead from cold and disease causes shock in Mpumalanga, South Africa.

September 21, 2012 – Die-off of Rabbits is a “mystery” in St Louis, America.

September 21, 2012 – 13,000 Sheep buried alive in snow storm is “unprecedented disaster” in Iceland.

September 21, 2012 – 15 Beluga Whales have washed up dead since July leaving scientist puzzled in Quebec, Canada.

September 24, 2012 – Thousands of Sheep dead “from Vaccine” in Uzbek, Kyrgyzstan.

September 24, 2012 – Large Fish kill, causing complete wipeout of Fish in North Sterling Reservoir, Colorado, America.

September 25, 2012 – Hundreds of Fish found dead in the Neuse River, North Carolina, America.


September 26, 2012 – 2000+ Birds have died from Avian Botulism in Oregon, America.


September 28, 2012 – Ongoing Fish kill caused by algea at Roosevelt Lake, Arizona, America.


September 28, 2012 – Massive Fish kill in Harvey’s Run River, Pennsylvania in America.


October 1, 2012 – Thousands of Fish found dead in Katherine river in Australia.


October 1, 2012 – 100 Starlings dead after flying directly “into a car on a highway” in Austria.


October 2, 2012 – 43 Pilot Whales dead after 46 stranded on beach in Indonesia.


October 3, 2012 – 8,500 Deer have died from disease in Michigan, America.


October 4, 2012 – Numerous Honeybee colonies dead from mosquito spraying in Massachusetts, America.


October 4, 2012 – 2,043 dead Deer from disease in Illinois, America.


October 4, 2012 – 15,000 dead Fish a “mystery” on Coquitlam River in Canada.


October 4, 2012 – Fish kill caused by “Red Tide” on Sarasota Beaches, Florida in America.


October 5, 2012 – 1000+ Fish killed by contamination in a creek in Vancouver, Canada.


October 7, 2012 – 150 dead Birds found in Chicago during September. A 50 Percent increase over August. America.


October 7, 2012 – Large Die-off of farmed Fish, caused by unknown disease in Muktagachha, Bangladesh.


October 8, 2012 -, possibl thousands of Deer continue to die from disease in North Carolina Foothills, America.


October 8, 2012 – Hundreds of animals have died from Anthrax in Manicaland, Zimbabwe.


9th October 2012 – 4,768+ dead Deer due to EHD disease in Nebraska, America.


October 9, 2012 – Massive Fish kills caused by Red Tide along Florida coast, America.


October 9, 2012 – 400 Cows and Goats dead from disease in Kamrup Rural District, India.



October 11, 2012 – 70 rare Sea Turtles found dead near beaches at Lake Bardawil, Egypt.


October 12, 2012 – Thousands of Fish killed by Red Tide at Anson Bay in Australia.


October 12, 2012 – Large die-off of Silver Carp Fish in Jimo Reservoirs, China.


October 13, 2012 – HUNDREDS of TONNES of Salmon killed by parasite across Western Isles in Scotland.


October 15, 2012 – 8,000 Catfish have died in Brisbane River, Australia.


October 15, 2012 – Thousands of Deer are dying from disease in Indiana, America.


October 15, 2012 – 2,000 Chickens killed due to Bird Flu outbreak in Bode, Nepal.


October 16, 2012 – 343 Cattle and Buffaloes dead from unknown disease, with 500 more affected in Sualkuchi, India.


October 16, 2012 – Fish kill in Dalton Creek, Georgia, America.


October 17, 2012 – “Significant” Bass die-off, thousands dead in Dickinson County lakes, Iowa, America.


October 17, 2012 – 7,000 Cattle killed by flooding in Pakistan.

October 17, DNR Reports 11,000 Deer Have Died from EHD, America.

October 19, 2012 – 45+ Flamingos and Avocets found dead in Walvis Lagoon – “A never seen before phenomenon”, Namibia.

October 19, 2012 – A Virus is killing Doves all across the Permian Basin, America.

October 19, 2012 – 1,000 Livestock have been killed due to Bird Flu in Dien Bien, Vietnam.

October 21, 2012 – 28,600 Sheep stranded for weeks in Pakistani Port, killed due to disease, Pakistan.


October 22, 2012 – Thousands of dead Fish scattered along Collier beaches in Florida, America.


October 22, 2012 – Tens of thousands of Gizzard Shad Fish dead in Oneida Lake, New York State, America.

October 23, 2012 – Massive Scallop die-off from Red Tide in America.

October 23, 2012 – 40,000 lbs dead Fish found floating in ponds in Foshan, China.

October 23, 2012 – Large Fish kill in Yong River, Ningbo, China.

October 24, 2012 – 3,600 Turkeys dead from Birdflu outbreak near Bangalore, India.

October 24, 2012 – 5,000+ Deer have died from disease in Missouri, America.

October 25, 2012 – 900+ dead Birds wash ashore on Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, Michigan, America.

October 26, 2012 – 40 Whales have stranded and died on Andaman Island in India.

October 31, 2012 – “Millions” of dead Fish found on Illawong Beach, Mackay, Australia.

October 31, 2012 – 9,000 Fish found dead in a pond in Xiamen, China.

October 31, 2012 – 15,000+ Fish found dead on Lake Madeline in Texas, America.

November 15, 2012 – “Sixteen whales were euthanased this afternoon after 12 of their pod died earlier in the day following a stranding in Golden Bay” New Zealand.

November 15, 2012 – Mysterious stranding on Irish beach involved up to 50,000 starfish!!,


November 15, 2012 – 28 Whales beach themselves and die on Golden Bay, New Zealand.


November 15, 2012 – 40,000 Fish found dead in 30 acres of ponds in Quanzhou, China.

November 16, 2012 – Huge stocks of wild Salmon wiped out due to sea lice on the coast of Ireland.

November 16, 2012 – 40 TONNES of Red Tilapias Fish die en-masse in Thanh Binh, Vietnam.

November 16, 2012 – Thousands of dead gizzard shad Fish found dead on Lake Erie in New York, America.–two-fish–red-fish–dead-fish.html?nav=5047

November 17, 2012 – 50,000 Chickens killed due to Bird flu outbreak in New South Wales, Australia.


November 19, 2012 – Fish kill found in rivers of Barangay Estefania down to Barangay Villamonte, Bacolod City, Philippines.

November 20, 2012 – 100 dead starlings found on road baffles scientists in Missouri, America.

November 20, 2012 – Hundreds of Fish found dead along the banks of a pond in Phuket, Thailand.

November 21, 2012 – 4,000+ Birds killed due to outbreak of Avian flu in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

November 22, 2012 – Large fish kill found on Liwan Lake in China.

November 24, 2012 – 26 Turtles die from disease during past few months in West Virginia, America.

November 30, 2012 – 10 TONNES of Fish found dead in ecological park in China.

November 30, 2012 – 4,000 wild Ducks found dead from Avian Flu in Krasnodar, Russia.

December 1, 2012 – Catfish die-off near Marco Island in Florida, America.

December 2, 2012 – 50 birds found dead on road in Collin County, Texas, America.

December 3, 2012 – Hundreds of dead Carp washed up in Pinto Lake, California, America.

December 4, 2012 – Large Fish kill on the Yaojiang River in Ningbo, China.

December 6, 2012- Killer disease behind 3 dozen buffalo deaths remains mystery, Nepal.

December 6, 2012 – 19 horses found dead in Canon City, Colorado, America.

December 6, 2012 – Thousands of Fish found dead and dying on Kiawah Island, South Carolina, America.

December 7, 2012 – Hundreds of Chickens killed due to Avian Flu on Penghu Island, Taiwan.

December 7, 2012 – 25,000 Fish found dead in Guangdong, China.

December 7, 2012 – Large Fish kill found in a river in Pudong, China.

December 10, 2012 – 1,600 dead Sheep is a mystery in Nigeria.

December 11, 2012 – “Dead Fish all over the place” near giant sinkhole in Louisiana, America.

December 11, 2012 Thousands of Squid wash ashore dead in California, America.

December 11, 2012 300,000 Ducks killed by Bird Flu in several provinces of Java Island, Indonesia.

December 12, 2012- 6 Dolphins wash ashore dead during past month in Gavelston, Texas, America.–183284651.html

December 13, 2012 – Large Fish kill found in a river in Lanxi in China.

December 13, 2012 – Hundreds of Fish, Crabs and eels found dead on beach near Tern Island, Australia.

December 14, 2012 – Large Fish kill found in a river in Shahe City in China.

December 14, 2012 – Thousands of Bluebottle Jellyfish wash ashore dead on Oreti Beach, New Zealand.

December 14, 2012 – Tens of thousands of Fish found dead in a lake in Haikou, China.

December 14, 2012 – 300,000 lbs of Fish have died in the Long Lake area in China.

December 14, 2012 – Tens of thousands of dead Sardines cover 100 meters of beach in Chiba Prefecture, Japan.

December 17, 2012 – Thousands of dead Turtles wash ashore on Paradip Sea Beach in India.

December 17, 2012 – Thousands of Herring found dead “a mystery” in Iceland.

December 18, 2012 – Die-off of Songbirds in Sonoma County, California, America.

December 20, 2012 – 3,000 dead Fowl caused by Avian flu in Nepal.

December 20, 2012 – Thousands of Fish have died in Bulloo River in Queensland, Australia.

December 21, 2012 – Thousands of Chickens suddenly die in Muarojambi district, Indonesia.,20121221-449609,uk.html

December 22, 2012 -1,500 Hens and Geese killed due to Avian Flu in Germany.

December 24, 2012- Indonesia culls over 100,000 ducks to stop bird flu


December 25, 2012 – 230 TONNES of Fish die in Xinjiang, China.


December 26, 2012-Bangladesh slaughters 150,000 birds over avian flu


December 27, 2012 – Thousands of dead Fish washing ashore in Sarasota and Charlotte, America.


December 27, 2012 – Fish kills hit the province of Pangasinan in Philippines.


December 28, 2012 – Mass deaths of Birds due to Avian Flu could cause catastrophe in Kafr El-Sheikh, Egypt.


December 31, 2012 – 300 Birds drop dead out of the sky in Tennessee, America.


December 31, 2012 – Thousands of dead Fish found on Tallow Beach in Australia.


January 1, 2013 – 150,000 lbs of Fish found dead in Bazhou District, China.


January 2, 2013 – Thousands of Fish “Freeze to death” in Yunlin County, China.


January 2, 2013 – Fish kill on the Condamine River in Australia.


January 3, 2013 – Hundreds of buffaloes, cows and goats die from mysterious disease, with 1.5 MILLION infected in Pakistan.


January 3, 2013 – Mass Fish kills happening 2 or 3 times every year on Phra Prong River in Thailand.


January 4, 2013 – Several thousand dead Fish found along the shores of Altus-Lugert Lake, Oklahoma, America.


January 4, 2013 – Massive Fish kill along 10km of Coromandel beaches in New Zealand.


January 4, 2013 – Hundreds of Ducks die suddenly in Bali, Indonesia.


January 4, 2013 – 30 Turtles wash ashore dead in Chennai, India.


January 4, 2013 – Mass Fish kill in the Boca Grande Causeway, Florida, America.


January 4, 2013 – Thousands of dead Sardines washing ashore on Sanibel Island, Florida, America.


January 6, 2013 – Thousands of Livestock killed by disease in Marakwet, Kenya.,-Baringo-districts


January 7, 2013 – 50 baby sharks found dead along Nukulau beachfront in Fiji.


January 9, 2013 – Thousands of Sheep and Cattle killed by wild fires in Australia.


January 9, 2013 – 284,000+ Birds killed due to Avian Influenza in Mexico.


January 9, 2013 – 770 Geese, plus large numbers of Ducks and Fish killed by sewage in Hefei, China.

January 9, 2013 – 25,500+ Ducks and Chickens dead in South Sulawesi, Indonesia.

January 9, 2013 – Thousands of Sheep and Cattle killed by wild fires in Australia.

January 10, 2013 – 180,000 Cattle dead due to cold weather in Northern China.

10th January 2013 – Tonnes of Fish have died off Hanura Beach in Indonesia.

January 10, 2013 – Dozens of Pigs die of rare disease raising concern in Barahona, Dominican Republic.

January 11, 2013 – Thousands of dead Birds are washing up on Michigan’s shoreline in America.

January 11, 2013 – Hundreds of thousands of dead Fish washed up on Masonboro Island in America.

January 15, 2013 – 30+ Birds found dead in Duson, Louisiana, America.

January 15, 2013 – 420,000 Ducks have died from Avian flu across 12 provinces in Indonesia.

January 15, 2013 – Thousands of dead Fish washed up on Pawleys Island, in South Carolina, America.

January 16, 2013 – 2,200 Chickens killed due to Avian Flu in Pokhara in Nepal.

January 17, 2013- Tens of thousands of dead fish wash ashore on South Carolina beach, America.


January 17, 2013 -Thousands of dead Fish found near the Jatiluhur dam in West Java, Indonesia.–Dead-fish_13415778


January 17, 2013 – Countless number of dead Fish wash ashore on Siesta Public Beach, Florida, America.


January 18, 2013 – Millions of dead Fish wash ashore in Okinawa, Japan.


January 18, 2013 – 100 Bats found dead in the North Adelaide parklands in Australia.


January 18, 2013 – 12 Dolphins, 35 Sea Lions, 13 Pelicans wash ashore dead in Peru.


January 18, 2013 – Thousands of dead Fish continue to wash ashore on Sarasota beaches in Florida, America.


January 18, 2013 – Thousands of Ducks die suddenly from Bird Flu in Cimaung, Indonesia.

January 21, 2013 – Fish kill on the shores of Anna Maria Island in America.

January 21, 2013 – Many tonnes of Salmon killed due to “new disease” in Shetland Islands, Scotland.

January 23, 2013 – 4,000 lbs of dead Fish found in ponds in Hunan, China.

January 23, 2013 – 280 Sea Turtles plus many Fish found dead along the shores in Costa Rica.

January 23, 2013 – AMI fish kill spawns debate: red tide or not USA.

January 24, 2013 – Thousands of dead Starfish wash ashore in Lincolnshire, United Kingdom.

January 24, 2013 – Tonnes of freshwater Fish dead due to lakes drying up in Victoria, Australia.

January 25, 2013 – Millions of Oysters wiped out by a virus in NSW, Australia.

January 25, 2013 – 40,000 Fish suddenly died in Yanzhou city, China.

January 27, 2013 – Thousands of Birds killed due to Avian Flu in Cambodia.


January 27, 2013 – Fish kill found along the Huangpu river in Shanghai, China.


January 25, 2013 – 15 Donkeys die of “Mysterious Disease” in the Djabal camp in Chad.


January 27, 2013 – Fish kill found along the Kalalake River in Olongapo, Philippines.


January 29, 2013 – 10km of the Srepok River is covered with dead Fish of various species in Vietnam.


January 29, 2013 – Dozens of dead Seals found on a beach on Prince Edward Island in Canada.


January 29, 2013 – Hundreds of dead Fish found at Park pond in Botany, Australia.


January 30, 2013 – 13 Elephants found dead in a forest “a mystery” in Malaysia.


January 30, 2013 9,272 Cattle have died during the past month in Zimbabwe.


January 30, 2013 – Fish kill caused by algae bloom at Possum Kingdom Lake, Texas, America.


January 30, 2013 – Large number of dead Fish washing up in the Boyne River in Queensland, Australia.


January 31, 2013 – Thousands of Fish killed by pollution in Chongzuo City, China.


January 31, 2013 – Hundreds of Fish found dead in the Darling River, New South Wales, Australia.


January 31, 2013 – Hundreds of Birds washing up dead along the south coast in England.


February 1, 2013 – Tens of Thousands of Fish covering 8km of shoreline is an “unbelievable mystery” in Yass, Australia.


February 2, 2013 – 12+ Dolphins found dead washed ashore on beaches on Achill Island, Ireland.



February 5, 2013 – Mass Sea Turtle deaths shock conservationists along Chennai coast in India.


February 6, 2013-Fish worth millions in exports die in Icelandic lake after building work ‘starves them of oxygen’.

February 6, 2013 – Tens of thousands of tons of Herring found dead in Kolgrafafjordur, Iceland.

February 6, 2013 – Thousands of Tilapia Fish found dead in Tempe Town Lake, Arizona, America.

February 7, 2013 – 144,968 Birds killed due to Avian Flu in Bangladesh.

February 8, 2013 – High number of Dolphins, Whales and Porpoise stranding deaths in Ireland.


February 8, 2013 – “Immeasurable” number of dead Fish span 40Km of the Fitzroy River in Australia.


February 8, 2013 – 200+ Ducks found dead on 2 ponds in Nowra, Australia.


February 10, 2013 – 100 Turtles wash ashore dead in Andhra Pradesh, India.


February 10, 2013 – Fish kill in the Periyar river, India.


February 10, 2013 – Thousands of Chickens killed due to Avian Flu in Kathmandu, Nepal.


February 11, 2013 – Hundreds of Birds dead from Bird Flu in Jhapa, Nepal.


February 12, 2013 – Thousands of Fish killed by chlorinated water in San Mateo Creek, California, America.


February 12, 2013 – 40 Adult Penguins die in mass die-off on the Otago Peninsula in New Zealand.


February 14, 2013 – Thousands of Fish found dead in Suck’s Lake, Nebraska, America.


February 14, 2013 – Fish kill in Lake Ginninderra in Canberra, Australia.


February 14, 2013 – 22 dead Whales found on the east coast of the Falklands.


February 14, 2013 – Thousands of dead Lobsters, Starfish, Clams and Skates wash ashore in Massachusetts, America.


February 15, 2013 – Thousands of Fish found dead in Angrignon Park, Canada.


February 15, 2013 – Thousands of Ducks killed due to Bird Flu in Berlin, Germany.


February 19, 2013 – 720,000 Chickens to be killed due to Bird Flu in Mexico.


February 19, 2013 – 42+ Dolphins wash up dead since January in Italy.


February 19, 2013 – Fish kill caused by Algae Bloom in Albany, Australia.


February 22, 2013 – Dozens of turtles, sea lions, dolphins and sharks wash up dead in Peru.


February 24, 2013 – Thousands of Fish found dead in Cuyahoga River, Ohio, America.


February 24, 2013 – Thousands of Ducks die suddenly in Situbondo, Indonesia.


February 24, 2013 – Hundreds of Sea creatures wash up dead on Bridlington Beach in Yorkshire, England.


February 28, 2013 – “Arlington Animal Services responded to reports from drivers Tuesday morning of about 150 birds lying dead on Pioneer Parkway.” USA.


March 1, 2013 –  “Heavy die-off of fish around Presque Isle Bay”. “If you have seen thousands of dead fish washed up across the shorelines of Presque Isle Bay, you’re not alone. Biologists and other officials with the Department of Environmental Protection began spotting the gizzard shad about two weeks ago. The fish kill is a natural occurrence, and is unrelated to pollution, officials with DEP’s northwest regional office said.  “We’re talking about upward of a million fish,” said Jim Grazio, DEP’s Great Lakes biologist in Erie.  Grazio called the fish kill a “very heavy die-off” that officials haven’t seen locally in 10 to 15 years.”

March 4, 2013 – “Mass fish deaths under investigation”, Australia. Authorities hope to establish within a day or two why thousands of fish were found dead on Eyre Peninsula in South Australia. “Thousands of young leather jackets washed up in the Port Neill area.”

March 11, 2013 – “A red algae bloom, also known as Red Tide, is currently killing a record number of manatees living off the coast of Florida.” USA.


March 12, 2013- “Deer die off puzzles wildlife officials”,


March 13, 2013- “China pulls nearly 6,000 dead pigs from Shanghai river”. “Officials say the number of pig carcasses found in Shanghai’s Huangpu River has risen to nearly 6,000.”  “It is believed that the pigs may have come from Jiaxing in the neighbouring Zhejiang province, although the cause of their deaths is still not clear” (BBC News China March 13, 2013).


March 20, 2013 – “Wave of prawn deaths baffles Chile city of Coronel”.  “Thousands of dead prawns have washed up on a beach in Chile, sparking an investigation. Hundreds of dead crabs were also washed ashore in Coronel city, about 530km (330 miles) from the capital, Santiago.

March 25, 2013 – “Shanghai: 16,000 Dead Pigs and Still No Origin”.

March 26, 2013- “China removes 1,000 dead ducks found in river”, China

April 1, 2013 -“Dead squid whodunit verdict is death by natural causes”,

April 1, 2013 – “Thousands of Fish die at a dam in Graubunden, Switzerland.

April 1, 2013 – “Thousands of dead Fish continue to wash up on Adelaide beaches causing concern in Australia.”

April 2, 2013 – 60 Turtles found dead in a creek in Sarina, Australia.

April 2, 2013 – Hundreds of dead Fish found in the Manzanares River in Madrid, Spain.

April 2, 2013 – “Dead fish wash up along Lake Erie’s NY shoreline”,

April 3, 2013 – 17+ Dolphins and several Penguins wash ashore dead in Adelaide, Australia.

April 3, 2013 – Hundreds of dead Fish found floating along Rock River in Illinois, America.

3rd April 2013 – Tens of thousands of farm animals have died from snowfall in Wales & England.

April 3, 2013 – Thousands more Starfish wash ashore dead in Cleethorpes, England.

April 3, 2013 – “Farmers call for help over mounting sheep deaths”,

April 3, 2013 – “Flow of dead fish’ in Rock River brings Illinois DNR inquiry”,

April 4, 2013 – 20 TONS of dead Fish found floating on a River in Shaoxing, China.

April 4, 2013 – Update: 1,100 Sea Lions have beached so far this year in America.

April 4, 2013 – Hundreds of Sea Birds wash up dead on Kirkcaldy beach in Scotland.

April 5, 2013 – 20,000 Birds killed due to Bird Flu in Shanghai, China.

April 7, 2013 – Thousands of dead Fish found washed ashore in Cleveland,  America.

April 7, 2013 “Dozens of dead seabirds washed up on Sunderland and Durham shores”,

April 7, 2013 – Large Fish kill on a river in Chongqing, China.

April 7, 2013 – Thousands of Lobsters, Crabs and “countless” dead Fish wash up in Brindlinton, England.

April 8, 2013 – Thousands of Sea Birds wash up dead on North East coast in England.

April 8, 2013 – Hundreds of dead Fish found rotting in Shanghai River, China.

April 8, 2013 – Tonnes of dead Fish found on Dannemore lake”.

April 9, 2013 – 190 Vultures drop out of sky dead and dying in Chaguaramas, Trinidad. Link,175982.html

April 9, 2013 – 8, 393 Livestock dead from snowfall in Northern Ireland.

April 9, 2013 – 13,000 Chickens killed due to Bird Flu in Cambodia.

April 10, 2013 – 13,000+ Fish found dead in a river in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan.

April 11, 2013 – 10 Dolphins found dead on Northern beaches in Peru.–peru-10-dolphins-found-dead-in-northern-beaches/

April 11, 2013 – “Worst Fish Die-off in Years Hits Shoreline”.

April 12, 2013 – 5,000 Swifts dead from Bird Flu in Hanoi, Vietnam.

April 12, 2013 – “Dead fish as another animal mystery strikes”.

April 12, 2013 -“MILLIONS of dead Fish wash ashore on Lake Erie, America”.

April 12, 2013 – “200,000 Salmon killed in Elwha River, Washington State”, America.

April 13, 2013 – “Thousands of Fish dying at the Big Eau Pleine Reservoir, Wisconsin”, America.

April 15, 2013 – “Hundreds of Birds found dead at Army base in Utah”, America.

April 15, 2013 – “400 Turtles wash up dead so far this year in Tamil Nadu”, India.

April 16, 2013 – “7,000 Fish found dead in the Vasse estuary at Wonnerup”, Australia.

April 17, 2013 -Hundreds more pigs have been found dead in China — this time together with dozens of dead dogs.

April 19, 2013 -“Hundreds of dead fish found at Sylvan Heights”.

April 20, 2013 – “Large Fish kill in ponds in Zhenghe County”, China.

April 20, 2013 – 27,000 Turkeys killed due to Avian Flu in Lower Saxony, Germany.

April 20, 2013 – “100 Dolphins have washed up dead so far this year in Italy”.

April 21, 2013 – 30,000 Fowls dead from Avian Flu in Chitwan, Nepal.

April 21, 2013 – 400,000+ Ducklings killed due to Avian Flu in Fujian Province, China.

April 21, 2013 – 10,000 Birds killed by a rainstorm in Jhenidah, Bangladesh.

April 21, 2013 – Hundreds of Thousands of Fish die in Kali Bein, India.

April 21, 2013 – 10,000 Birds killed by a rainstorm in Jhenidah, Bangladesh.

April 24, 2013 – Hundreds of Farm animals found dead causing shock in Yorkshire, England.

April 25, 2013 – 60,000 Ducks killed in earthquake in Lushan County, China.

April 25, 2013 -10,000 Swifts killed due to Avian Flu in Vietnam.

April 25, 2013 – Hundreds of Fish found dead in River Stour, Ashford, England.

April 26, 2013 – 950 Chickens killed due to Avian Flu in Tlaxcala, Mexico.

April 26, 2013 – 25 Dolphins have washed ashore dead during past few weeks in Southern Australia.

April 26, 2013 – Hundreds of Birds dead from Spring Snowstorm in Colorado, America.

April 27, 2013 – 4,000 Fowls killed due to Avian Flu in Rupandehi, Nepal.

April 29, 2013 – INFO: Seal Pups continue to wash up in California close to death. 1,400 so far in 2013, America.

April 29, 2013 – 43,000+ Livestock dead from snowfall in Northern Ireland.

April 30, 2013 – Fish kill at Eagles Mere Lake a mystery in Pennsylvania, America.

May 2, 2013 – 100,000+ Livestock killed by big freeze and snowfall in Wales & England.

May 2, 2013 – Fish kill at Pipestem Reservoir in North Dakota, America.

May 2, 2013 – 500+ Cattle heads killed due to disease in Tibet, China.

May 2, 2013 – 10,000 Fish killed due to outbreak of virus in Shetland, Scotland.

May 3, 2013 – 582 Manatees have died so far this year in Florida, America.

May 3, 2013 -Mass Fish kill found in Laurinburg, North Carolina, America.–Laurinburg-fish-kill-cleared

May 3, 2013 -Thousands of dead Fish found in Indian River Lagoon, Florida, America.

May 4, 2013 – 25 TONNES+ of dead Fish found in a dam in Thuringia, Germany.

May 6, 2013 – Hundreds of dead Fish wash up on Beaver Lake, Minnesota, America.

May 6, 2013 – Fish kill at Delaware Lake, Ohio, America.

May 6, 2013 – Fish kill in Harlan Creek, Kentucky, America.

May 7, 2013 – Tens of thousands of Chicks killed EVERY DAY due to Avian Flu in China.

May 7, 2013 – Mass Fish kill along Karamana River in Thiruvallam, India.

May 8, 2013 – 45,000 dead Fish in Vasse Estuary, Wonnerup, Australia.

May 8, 2013 – 100+ dead Birds fall from sky in Danville & Pittsylvania, America.

May 9, 2013 – 890,000 Birds killed due to new Avian Flu outbreak in Mexico.

May 9, 2013 – Fish kill in Tygart Lake, West Virginia, America.

May 9, 2013 – 400 Fish found dead in Leiston park pond, Suffolk, England.

May 9, 2013 – Fish kill on the shores of Lake Decatur in Illinois, America.

May 9, 2013 – Worst ever die-off of Right Whales during 2012 with 116 turning up dead in Patagonia, Argentina.

May 9, 2013 – Hundreds of dead Fish found in Bristol Pond in Connecticut, America.

May 10, 2013 – Hundreds of Fish found dead in Mobile Bay, Alabama, America.

May 10, 2013 – 33 Swans found dead at Co Donegal lake, Ireland.

May 10, 2013 – 27,000 Goats killed by “extreme weather” in Ladakh, India.

May 10, 2013 – Large number of dead Fish found in a lake in Zhengzhou, China.

May 11, 2013 – Hundreds of Tonnes of Oysters die-off in Thanh Hoa, Vietnam.

May 11, 2013 – Hundreds to thousands of dead Fish found floating down La Pastora River, Trinidad and Tobago. 

May 13, 2013 – Hundreds of Fish washing up dead every day in Mobile Bay, Alabama, America.

May 14, 2013 – 164,000+ Ducks dead from Avian Flu in P’yongyang-Si, North Korea.

May 15, 2013 – 55,000 Birds killed due to Avian Flu in Puebla, Mexico.

15th May 2013 – 1,665 Chickens killed due to Avian Flu in Kathmandu Nepal.

May 15, 2013 – 13,000 Birds killed due to Avian Flu in Lower Saxony, Germany.

May 16, 2013 – 200 Acres of Fish ponds with dead Fish in Guangdong, China.

May 16, 2013 – 600 dead Animals including Birds, Penguins and Sea Lions wash ashore in Punta de Choros, Chile.

May 16, 2013 – 130 Sea Birds wash up dead on Mandalay Beach in Western Australia.

May 19, 2013 – 6,000 Ducks found dead from the plague in Thrissur, India.

May 19, 2013 – Large Fish kill in Nanchang Yellow Lake, China.–8203-8203dead-fish-the-aquatic-field-down-the-drain-Figure.html

May 20, 2013 -12,000+ Birds killed due to Avian Flu in Catalonia, Spain.

May 20, 2013 – Major Fish Kill in the Big Eau Plaine reservoir, Wisconsin, America.

May 21, 2013 – Large Fish kill on the Pinnebog River in Michigan, America.

May 22, 2013 – 30 – 50 Sea Lions, plus Dolphins and Turtles wash up dead in Northern Peru.

May 22, 2013 – Hundreds of White Bass found dead in Lake Springfield, Illinois, America.

May 23, 2013 – Millions of dead Fish “poisoned” in Zhengzhou, China.

May 23, 2013 – 150+ Horses killed by tornado in Oklahoma, America.

May 24, 2013 – Hundreds of dead Fish found in Rocky Fork Lake in Ohio, America.

May 24, 2013 – Thousands of Bull Redfish found floating dead in Breton Sound, Louisiana, America.

May 25, 2013 – 30 Fish kills happened during winter in North Dakota Lakes, America.

May 26, 2013 – Several Hundred Fish found dead on banks of De Queen Lake in Arkansas, America.–Fish-Kill-Crappie

May 26, 2013 – 1177 TONNES of Fish have died in Yunnan, China.

May 27, 2013 – Large Fish kill in a River in Haizhou District, China.

May 28, 2013 – Large number of Fish found dead in the Sanya River in China.

May 28, 2013 – – Large Fish die-off in Irondequoit Bay in New York, America.

May 28, 2013 – 120,000+ Birds killed due to Avian Flu in six provinces in Nepal.

29th May 2013 – 160 Water Birds found dead in Benowa, Australia.

30th May 2013 – 1,300+ Livestock killed by floods in Xinjiang Uygur, China.

30th May 2013 – 2.6 Million Shrimp have died due to virus outbreak in Ha Tinh, Vietnam.

1st June 2013 – 11,000 Chickens to be killed due to Avian Flu in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

3rd June 2013 – 40,000 lbs of Fish found dead in Jiangsu, China.

3rd June 2013 – 30,000 Fish found dead in Xinyang City, China.




 More Prophecy News from End Times Research Ministry 6-5-13

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