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Originally posted by mc_squared
reply to post by simples
Yeah, I don't see why everyone's using the fact that it happened on the same night in the same place as reasoning for why the fireworks explanation must not be plausible.
I wasn't very big on the fireworks excuse the first time around, but if anything, history repeating itself here certainly gives it more credibility now.
It'll be interesting to see how much media coverage this story gets this time around. Because if it blows up again like last time - then I bet you we're going to be hearing about massive animal die-offs all over the place - since they're actually quite common.
Originally posted by ButterCookie
Originally posted by DOADOA
im starting to think they either got runned over by cloaked ufo's or they fly into parked cloaked ufo's and drop dead.
Last year when this happened, the new anchors explained how the birds ran into 'something' that was not showing up on any radar at all
and that they were physically traumatized.
So this idea, as ludicrous as it may sound to some people, is not all that far-fetched.
Originally posted by collietta
If it was fireworks, how come it didn't happen on the fourth, when more fireworks are shot off because everyone has some? How come this hasn't happen during past New Years celebrations?
Originally posted by simples
reply to post by collietta
So basically your saying there's no other explanation ...................but fireworks.
I'm sorry I just don't see the government or any other power doing especially on two consecutive years on the same day they are not that stupid or someone's trying to blow the whistle.
Changes in social behaviour
For some animals living in temperate habitats, the onset of winter also brings about a marked change in their social behaviour. Most noticeably, many birds, having spent the spring and summer as breeding pairs, being highly aggressive towards all members of the same species, other than their mate, become gregarious and form large, cohesive flocks in which individuals behave cooperatively in a number of ways.