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For Granados, though, the reason for what happened Tuesday in Tampico is far less clear.
"I don't know if it's climate change," he said, "but we've had tornadoes, storms, rains, floods, raining fish, eclipses, earthquakes, all kinds of natural phenomena that we aren't used to, but that we are experiencing these days."
In a small Honduran farming town, residents told The New York Times that powerful rainstorms bring fish with such regularity, they've marked them with an annual festival they have celebrated for decades. Many people in the inland town said it's their one chance to eat seafood. Their explanation for the phenomenon:
"It's a miracle," one farmer told the Times. "We see it as a blessing from God."
originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: RAY1990
Millions of pounds? I don't think so.
Sometimes literally 1000's of tonnes of fish fall
People said they fell from the sky though and the fish on the plastic bag are fairly big too compared to the one on the ground.
It wouldn't explain frogs falling from the sky, cases of other animals falling exist too, things like snakes.
Sometimes what falls is frozen too, sounds convenient to me haha.
Weirdly enough meat has been reported to fall before. The Kentucky meat shower was a case where meat fell from the sky.