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Low oxygen levels: thousands of dead fish in NJ and MA

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posted on Aug, 13 2010 @ 10:49 AM
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Originally posted by SeaWind
It wouldn't surprise me if this is related to the toxic waters from the Gulf. Will BP & our government ever admit it? Probably not.

SeaWind


Hmm ... maybe that would explain why the seagulls aren't feasting on the fish? *shrug*

I guess that mention in the Huff Po article really tripped me up. Ok lack of oxygen, but then why would the birds want nothing to do with a ready and waiting meal?




posted on Aug, 13 2010 @ 10:51 AM
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Originally posted by MaxBlack
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Something in that casual observation by some local has me concerned. If the rats or vermin wont eat the abundant feast before their rat eyes, then the rats know something we don't about the fish that no one is discussing.
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Anyway, I hate to take advice from a rat, but something tells me instinctively that the rat knows something for certain that we humans have yet to discover.

Thanks for the posting.


Yes, I totally agree with you. And maybe that's the bigger story here.



 
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