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Meteorologists in Japan are puzzled by a recent series of downpours - not heavy rain, but fish and tadpoles falling from the sky.
Japan may be deep in recession and facing a crucial election, and just over the horizon North Korea may be threatening to fire a missile overhead, but animals raining from the heavens is headline news.
Japan is in the middle of its annual rainy season, but this mystery of the fish and frogs falling from the sky is a long way from being solved.
Originally posted by Pappa_Bear
Yes Skadi, that is what I'm finding so far, but no pics or vids of this latest in Japan.
An I dea though, during the previous monsoon, frogs could have laid thier eggs and with the new monsoon rains the ground is softening up enough for the tadpoles to hatch and come to the surface. Just an Idea as I'm no scientist.