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Originally posted by bdb818888
Its a deadly bird disease called Chirpies.
Meanwhile, almost everyday, dead birds and fish along with black pebble like objects, are being found at Nargol in Valsad district. “Our fishermen have seen carcasses of dolphins in the sea,” added Nargol sarpanch, Yatin Bhandari
Originally posted by Watcher-In-The-Shadows
reply to post by wonderworld
Two words sista. "Breath Mints". And "Mouth Wash". I happen to like both.
Originally posted by wonderworld
reply to post by Phlynx
It sounds like youve been experiencing the same thing. They are VERY low flying helicopters. It may be a coincidence. I know it's not for aerial photos, after dark.
Originally posted by chevs1
i think a pole shift is happening, could be wrong but i watch a show on the discovery channel few years back and they talked about bird and fishes lossing navigation, it could explain all the underground city's they built and the fema camps and cdc coffins we could only guess but something big is going down
Last Sunday, dozens of Humboldt squid were found on Long Beach, inside the national park, and on Chesterman Beach north of the park, near dozens of homes and several tourist resorts.
That was followed on Tuesday by hundreds of dead sardines and herring found on the same beaches, to the amazement of visitors from all over the world at the height of the tourist season.
Osborne, who works for the Raincoast Education Society, said she was baffled by the phenomenon. She said she sent of the fish off for analysis to the department of fisheries and oceans’ biological station in Nanaimo.