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THERE'S been another inexplicable case of dead animals with dozens of dead fish washing up on a New Zealand beach.
Auckland resident James Hughes spotted the snapper floating close to shore after children rushed up to him and his friends holding some of the dead fish, NZPA reports.
It comes after several instances of thousands of birds dropping dead out of the sky in the US this week.
First, New Year's Eve fireworks were blamed in central Arkansas for making thousands of blackbirds confused, crashing into homes, cars and each other. Then 300 miles to the south in Louisiana, power lines likely killed about 450 birds, littering a highway near Baton Rouge.