(NaturalNews) The recent mysterious deaths of birds and fish are causing alarm among naturalists around the world. Birds are literally falling dead out of the sky, and fish are washing up dead on shores and rivers across North America and around the world. The reaction from the mainstream media seems strangely subdued, as if they're all just blowing this off as some unexplained quirk about the natural world that should be largely ignored.
NaturalNews readers think differently. We are concerned when thousands of dead birds fall out of the sky for no apparent reason. The sky itself may not be falling, but previously live animals are clearly falling out of it. If that's not enough reason to wonder what the heck is happening to our planet, then what is?
These are clear signs that something is wrong. Red flags from nature, if you will. Here's the timeline of recent deaths that have been reported:
12.13.10 - Thousands of dead barramundi fish wash up in Australia, unknown causes (
12.15.10 - Thousands of dead fish wash ashore on Florida beach, blamed on cold weather (
12.17.10 - Dead fish wash ashore at lake beach in Indiana, blamed on winter storms (
12.18.10 - Thousands of dead fish turn up in bay in Philippines, unknown
12.22.10 - More than a hundred dead pelicans turn up in North Carolina, unknown causes (
12.23.10 - Hundreds of dead sea creatures wash ashore in South Carolina, blamed on cold water (
12.23.10 - Ten tons of mostly dead
found in fishing net in New Zealand, unknown causes (
12.27.10 - Scores of dead fish wash ashore in a lake in Haiti, unknown causes (
12.28.10 - 70 bats found dead in Tucson, Ariz., unknown causes (
12.29.10 - Dozens of fish found dead in San Antonio, Texas, unknown causes (
12.31.10 - 5,000+
found dead in Arkansas, suffering from massive trauma and blood clots (
01.03.11 - 100,000+ dead drum fish found in Arkansas river, unknown causes (
01.03.11 - Dozens of dead birds show up in a woman's backyard in Kentucky, unknown causes (
01.03.11 - Tens of thousands of dead fish wash ashore in Chesapeake Bay, Md., blamed on cold water (
01.03.11 - 100 tons of dead fish wash ashore in Brazil, unknown causes (
01.04.11 - Several dead manatees found on Florida coast, unknown causes (
01.04.11 - Thousands of dead fish wash up on creek in Florida, unknown causes (
01.04.11 - Hundreds of dead fish was ashore on St. Clair River in Ontario, Can., unknown causes (
01.04.11 - Hundreds of dead black birds found on highway in Louisiana, suffering from internal injuries and blood clots (
01.05.11 - Hundreds of dead birds found on highway in Texas, unknown causes (
01.05.11 - Large amount of dead fish wash up on New Zealand beaches, unknown causes (
01.05.11 - Up to 100 jackdaw birds found dead on road in Sweden, unknown causes (
01.06.11 - 40,000+ dead Devil crabs washed ashore in the U.K., unknown causes (
01.07.11 - More than 1,000 dead turtle doves found in Italy, unknown causes (
01.10.11 - Countless fish found dead in U.K. brook, unknown causes (
01.11.11 - Thousands of gizzard shad fish float to the top of Lake Michigan and wash up on the shores near Chicago, blamed on cold weather (
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