posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 11:06 AM
Everyone keeps relating to birds, as the OP only presents a sad explanation for ONE incident, when there were many other species and animals involved
globally. Why would the birds change their course to divulge themselves in sunflower seeds to the death? Seeds are a normal part of their diet, so if
the birds ate to the point of overload without their brain telling them to stop, then to me that means something had to initially shut down their
natural senses and disorientate their behavior. I'm not buying this, but even if it were true, it's a very strange mode of behavior and something
must have altered their biological nature to the point that they were steered off course to uncharacteristically overeat to the point of death. Once
again, for the birds to overeat to their death is a stretch, and if this were the case then something seriously went wrong with their biological
instincts and systems for them to perform such an oddity.