posted on Jun, 22 2015 @ 11:15 AM
originally posted by: Bone75
a reply to: Lazarus Short
As a matter of fact, the fish rain I witnessed was a single species of little 3 - 4 inch silver fish. Weird huh?
I've seen it with frogs. We collected hundreds of them, and they were little tree frogs, so they stuck everywhere. You just watched them stuck to
the windows with the rain.
In this case, the storm we had was unusual, in both its direction and intensity. It was the one day all the frogs of that species were growing out of
The storm was blowing right over the marsh, and picking the little guys up.
I think you'll find the one species thing is simply explained by the species behavior. For whatever reason, they are schooled or collected or
confined at the surface of the water, and that is why they get picked up in numbers.
It's an unfortunate case of swarm meets storm. Quite a sight to behold.