(NaturalNews) Here's an updated timeline of the mysterious animal deaths now happening around the world. Conventional explanations for these deaths now border on the outlandish: A bird die-off event in Romania is now being blamed on "drunkenness," for example.
Here's the updated list through January 14, 2011, in reverse date order:
01.14.11 - 200 cows found dead in Wisconsin, allegedly caused by a virus
01.14.11 - 100 dead carp found in U.K. pond, unknown causes
01.14.11 - 730 African grey parrots die during flight, blamed on possible exposure to carbon monoxide
01.13.11 - 300 "grackles" birds found dead on highway in Alabama, blamed on blunt force trauma
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 (
01.10.11 - Countless fish found dead in U.K. brook, unknown causes (
01.08.11 - 100 dead "starlings" birds found dead on highway in California, allegedly all hit by a truck
01.08.11 - Dozens of dead "starlings" birds turn up in Romania, blamed on "drunkenness" (you can't make this up...)
01.07.11 - More than 1,000 dead turtle doves found in Italy, unknown causes (
01.06.11 - 40,000+ dead Devil crabs washed ashore in the U.K., unknown causes (
01.05.11 - Hundreds of dead birds found on highway in Texas, unknown causes (
01.05.11 - Large amount of dead
wash up on New Zealand beaches, unknown causes (
01.05.11 - Up to 100 jackdaw birds found dead on road in Sweden, unknown causes (
01.04.11 - 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 (
01.03.11 - 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 (
01.03.11 - 100,000+ dead drum fish found in Arkansas river, unknown causes (
,000+ birds found dead in Arkansas, suffering from massive trauma and blood clots (
12.29.10 - Dozens of fish found dead in San Antonio, Texas, unknown causes (
12.28.10 - 70 bats found dead in Tucson, Ariz., unknown causes (
12.27.10 - Scores of dead fish wash ashore in a lake in Haiti, 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 fish found in fishing net in New Zealand, unknown causes (
12.22.10 - More than a hundred dead pelicans turn up in North Carolina, unknown causes (
12.18.10 - Thousands of dead fish turn up in bay in Philippines, unknown
12.17.10 - Dead fish wash ashore at lake beach in Indiana, blamed on winter storms (
12.15.10 - Thousands of dead fish wash ashore on Florida beach, blamed on cold weather (
12.13.10 - Thousands of dead barramundi fish wash up in Australia, unknown causes (
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