Indications & Warning — Dead Birds, Fish, Crabs–Across Multiple Countries–Worldwide & Unexplained

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11 January 2011

‘Gay demon’ exorcist claims mass animal deaths due to ‘don’t ask’ repeal

Thousands of fish washed up dead in Chicago in latest bizarre mass animal deaths

Google Map Reveals Weird Weather Caused Half of Mass Animal Death Incidents

Overeating and indigestion blamed for 1,000 turtle doves falling dead in Italy with strange blue stain on their beaks

  • Blue stain believed to be sign of poisoning or hypoxia – lack of oxygen that is precursor to altitude sickness
  • Cold weather and overbreeding blamed for deaths of two 2million fish in Chesapeake Bay
  • Disease behind deaths of 100,000 fish in Arkansas River
  • At least nine incidents of mass animal deaths across the globe
  • Hundreds of confused birds plummeted to their deaths in multiple locations in the U.S.
  • Rapid movement of Magnetic North Pole towards Russia may have caused bird deaths

10 January 2011

The ‘Aflockalypse’: 5 craziest conspiracy theories

What really killed the birds in Arkansas and elsewhere? Inventive theorists are blaming everything from End Times to a bird-targeting UFO

7 January 2011

Recent mass animal deaths ‘normal,’ says scientists

6 January 2011

Birds Dying In Italy: Thousands Of Turtle Doves Fall Dead From Sky

In the past week, similar incidents of mass animal deaths have been reported across the world. Thousands of dead birds fell from the sky in Arkansas on New Year’s Eve, and similar incidents were reported on different days in Louisiana, Kentucky and Sweden. Two million fish were discovered dead in Maryland, with other fish kills also reported in Brazil, New Zealand and Arkansas — approximately 100 miles from the bird incident. 40,000 crabs washed up on England beaches in the past few days, as well.

Blackbird mystery deepens: [500] more birds fall from sky in Louisiana

6 January 2011

Dying Birds and Fish Deaths Becomes Global

100,000 drum fish die in Arkansas River, more than 100 miles from site of bizarre blackbird deaths

5 January 2011

Mass Animal Deaths a Worldwide Phenomenon, With New Deaths in Sweden