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Joe Rodriguez has been living on the same canal off of Sandpiper Drive in Satellite Beach for 47 years and he says he's never seen anything like what he saw last night -- thousands of dead fish floating as far as he could see.
"To see all of those white bodies floating in the water and the wind blowing them to the west was scary, at best," said Rodriguez.
I have been walking through the same forest for the past 3 years to and from work. Not a long time, but nonetheless, there are certain species of plants that have grown there that have become less and less...their numbers drastically less than I have ever seen. Our climate has not been the same in these areas the past few years. Aside from the inevitable fate that the climate will not forever remain the same, humans I notice also cause it. Regardless, I think we are looking at a scale of die offs that exceed even animals. To the reply that said a human die off, well if you count killing your own kind in mass genocide...edit on 17-9-2013 by DragonFire1024 because: typo
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They seem to be dying one by one, within a specific region, but in high numbers.
At least one boar was witnessed and filmed while it was dying, and it was in convulsions.
Testing hasn't turned up any sorts of poisons so far.
here's video of the recent starfish die off (don't know how to embed video). they suspect some sort of bacteria. they are falling apart. so strange!!
one could be forgiven believing that mother earth has finally had enough of our destructive as#....somewhat concerning this increase in animal die off's although i suspect if this continues to accelerate there might be very little we can do about it except of course reduce in population size...