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Between 9 and 11 a.m. EDT, Thursday, August 4, 2005, a "parade" of thousands of bottom-feeding fish moved in a body-to-body narrow stream in the upper 18 inches of water for two hours swimming north to south from Englewood toward Pine Island. Locals had never seen anything like it before. By Friday, the Florida Dept. of Agricultural and Consumer Services found a red tide bloom with a million red tide cells per liter moving in the bottom waters between Stump Pass and Pine Island, including Gasparilla Pass.
Originally posted by loam
Now that is spooky......
Seriously, though, this is fascinating. Does anyone know of similar events reported by the media in the past?
Originally posted by imbalanced
How would one suppose they do it ? Temperature, change in pressure or humidity, or combinations of things.
Originally posted by Ptolomeo
Can a hurricane make fishes fly away?