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First, it was birds falling from the sky, then thousands of dead fish washing up on shore.
Now, more than 40,000 Velvet swimming crabs have wound up dead on England beaches. The possible reason? Hypothermia.
The Thanet shoreline is littered with the crabs, along with dead starfish, lobsters, sponges and anemones.
Originally posted by LunaStarr
reply to post by jrmcleod
Thanks for that information. Those numbers say it all, and we know it's been no colder than December. Although, coming to think about it, do you know if those numbers are surface temperatures or sea floor temperatures? Maybe the currents are carrying something toxic?
Originally posted by Wiseupall
reply to post by HunkaHunka
Changes to the earths magnetic field along with solar flares and gradual pole shift would surely effect Bird, Animal and Sea Life - just hope we are not next on the list. On top of this we have the man made abuse of nature ie. the BP disaster affecting the Gulf Stream hence all the currents of the world. Vortexes opening up in Norway and the Gulf of Aden where the biggest gathering of military might from every key country in the world have converged - Can we really expect life to go on as normal - NORMAL HAS GONE!