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By Josh Saunders For Dailymail.com
Published: 23:30 EDT, 6 July 2019 | Updated: 09:41 EDT, 7 July 2019
Thousands of bees have been shown dead on the ground after a 7.1 magnitude earthquake struck California.
The shocking footage shows social media influencer Khalil Underwood outside his house, amid a mass of the dead insects on Saturday.
He zooms close to the ground to reveal the plight of the bees and the masses of carcasses that cover much of the ground in front of him.
'This is crazy. I've never witnessed anything like this,' Underwood exclaims. 'Look how many f***ing bees are on the f***ing floor from the earthquake.'
He pointed to some that were still alive, appearing to shake and buzz on the ground as well as the struggle he had while moving his car.
Underwood claims the bees 'vibrated, buzzed and died' as a result of the earthquakes.
Scientists have previously noted that animals and insects act strangely in the lead up to an earthquake, but do not know why, according U.S. Geological Survey.
Here is a link to twitter and the video that Khalil took in the morning.
Here is a link to the video he took at night.
originally posted by: namehere
maybe the electromagnetic disturbances caused by earthquakes fried these bee's navigation sensory organ and made their bodies stress out from sudden overexertion, like it made all their muscles clench and relax repeatedly really fast. just guessing.
originally posted by: ElectricUniverse
a reply to: watchitburn
He shows the walking path and shows a lot of bees are on the floor along the path and all over the floor. Apparently he is an actor and a singer with a lot of followers.