Even Though You Aren’t Hearing About It, Mass Animal Deaths Are Continuing

Mass animal deaths aren’t just something talked about in the book of Revelations. It is happening right now. The left loves to gush on and on about the potential hypothetical threat of global warming. But, as we speak, animals are dying in mass numbers, in highly peculiar circumstances without much ado from the establishment mouthpieces.

California has time to make it a crime to refer to someone by their biological gender pronouns while pumping billions of dollars into programs benefiting illegal aliens, but nothing of the odd and alarming phenomenon happening right now in the San Francisco Bay area.

Dr. Mark Okihiro, a research scientist with the Dept of Wildlife there claims “This year is unusual in that there has been a large number of other species that have also been dying.

And that is just the tip of the proverbial never-melting iceberg. Head on over to the next page to find out what is causing over 2,000 Leopard Sharks to die in the San Francisco Bay over the past few months.

Top Seven Mysterious Animal Deaths in 2017

1)  Mass Animal Deaths in California

Mass animal deaths in California are not being treated as a priority. Over 2,000 leopard sharks have mysteriously died in the San Francisco Bay over the last few months. In addition to 500 bat rays, 50 smooth-hound sharks and hundreds and hundreds of striped bass.

But authorities appear unconcerned over these perplexing unresolved developments.

Still, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife says determining the cause is not a priority for the state since the sharks are not threatened or endangered.

Why could this be? There is no clear cut answers. But, some of these animals are shown to be suffering from a brain eating disorder.

And while a tiny parasite that allegedly eats away at the brains of these sea creatures is being looked at as the most likely cause according to scientists, they also claim that humans swimming in the Bay are not in any danger.

Yet those who have been paying attention to what’s been happening in the Pacific Ocean and along the entire West Coast of the US and Canada up to Alaska aren’t the least bit surprised that more ocean creatures are dying off and while scientists might blame a tiny parasite, it’s much more likely that these creatures have been ‘Fukushi-mad’ to borrow the term from Steve Quayle.

Do you think one day they will develop a brain eating disorder that can affect humans?

In the meantime however, head on over to the next page thousands of birds DROPPING DEAD in Cianjur, Indonesia.

2) Thousands of Fish Die in Cianjur Indonesia

The most famous mass fish death is likely the Biblical story of Moses turning the Nile River into blood. But, mass fish deaths have also started to occur again in great numbers. Can you imagine 300 tons of fish suddenly dying as is the case that just happened in Cianjur Indonesia?

Forgive the rough translation

Cianjur-about 300 tons of fish belonging to a farmer in Mande, Cianjur, West Java, sudden death. Goldfish, bawal, and nila who died was in the keramba floating in the waters of the reservoir Jangari on Cirata, precisely in the Maleber Block, Ciputri, and Jatinengang.

They suspect the fish died from lack of oxygen. Yet how does that suddenly happen to previously healthy waters?

AEP Saepudin (42), one of the Jatinenggang block, fish farmers said dead fish, since three days ago and lasts until today. She suspected, fish die due to the phenomenon of upwelling or feedback, so the fish lack of oxygen.

3) Cattle Mysteriously Dying in Saskatchewan Canada

Over 200 cattle have “mysteriously died in Saskatchewan, Canada.

For decades, cattle farmers have sent their livestock to graze on the sprawling Shamrock pasture, about 80 kilometres south of Chaplin in southwest Saskatchewan. Shamrock is where Russ Coward, a fourth-generation cattle farmer, has for years raised nearly a quarter of his cattle. It’s the same place Mr. Coward’s father sent his cattle.

But some time between last Monday and Friday, the cows and calves at Shamrock began to die. It’s not known whether the deaths happened all at once or slowly over the course of the four days. But by the time the manager arrived on Friday afternoon, 200 of the approximately 680 cattle in a single field were dead.

The president of Shamrock Grazing Ltd., Glenn Straub, called Mr. Coward, who raced out to the field. He was met with a gruesome scene. “We seen a tragedy,” he said. “We simply seen a terrible sight.”

Other ranchers soon joined him, about 31 in total who have cows and calves there. “We all had the same feelings – how did this happen? How did this happen?”

Investigators working on the case suspect it was “blue-green algae poisoning”. But that theory has a lot of holes.

One of the first possibilities investigators considered was blue-green algae poisoning, a bacteria that can occur in dugouts and result in fatalities. But Dr. Althouse said that this usually results in liver damage, which wasn’t the case at Shamrock. She said officials also ruled out an infectious disease such as anthrax. In those cases, cows and calves usually exhibit bloating or bleeding.

The best theory investigators can come-up with is that the cattle somehow managed to get dehydrated. However, they offer a word of caution with that vague assessment.

Dr. Althouse added that, until the test results provide a definitive cause, it’s “way too soon” to lay blame on any person or group.

4) Dolphins Washing-up on Shore in U.K. and France

3,500 dolphins have washed up on shore in the U.K and France this year. You would think this would be getting more attention. But, I had to go to foreign news sites to gather this information. Why wouldn’t more people be talking about this?

About 3,500 dolphins have died this year in the waters of the Atlantic, a veritable massacre that is expected to increase over time.In just four weeks, 800 dolphins have run aground on the coast of the Bay of Biscay, which is 30 times larger than what is considered the “normal” level of beached in these animals, making this area one of the most affected.

The problem is serious, as the Atlantic coast had not experienced a similar event since 1997. Dead bodies of dolphins off the coast have been appearing since the beginning of this year, but especially in recent months has seen a record number of dolphin corpses common in beaches like the Landes, Gironde, Charente and Vendée in France.

Scientists suggest these deaths are partly attributed to fishing nets. However, this alone can’t account for all of the deaths.

5) Seals Dying in the Caspian Sea in Kazakhstan

Hundreds of seals are dying in the Caspian Sea in Kazakhstan. The alibi they give for these deaths do not add up!

Recall that over 243 corpses of the dead seals were discovered in Tupkaragan district of Mangystau region in late April. The dead animals were washed up on the shore.

Government officials admit the animals are dying, but that vets just burn the animals. Consequently, officials don’t really know what is killing these seals.

ASTANA. KAZINFORM Kazakh Minister of Energy Kanat Bozumbayev has commented on the recent facts of the mass die-off of the Caspian seals, Kazinform correspondent reports.

He advised that the specialists failed to perform more accurate expert examination because the corpses were heavily decomposed. Local veterinary service burnt them. “But if the die-off rates will be seriously high, we will respond very seriously”, he added.

But, perhaps they got tangled up in fishing nets…

What do you think is happening to these majestic animals?

6) “Red Tide” Killing Sea Turtles in La Paz and Los Cabos, Mexico

The Red Tide sounds like one of the Seven Plaques during the Israelites alleged exodus from Egypt in the book of Exodus. But, it’s a very real phenomenon happening now. This leads some to speculate the end-of-times is approaching.

At the moment, specialists in Red Tide, of the CICIMAR, are conducting studies to the tests gathered in the beaches, in order to determine what type of phytoplankton is, since this type of organisms, can be toxic or nontoxic, reason why it is important to determine their species

After 86 turtles will be killed off the coast of Los Cabos and La Paz, the Federal Environmental Protection Agency (Profepa) reported that the specimens had no evidence of fishing gear or any human activity, saying that the cause of death was by the Red Tide .

More turtles have been dying in other areas of Mexico as well. But, scientists still don’t know exactly how to combat the Red Tide or how dangerous it will continue to turn out to be.

With hunting season around the corner, the next one on our list is extremely relevant. Head on over to the next page to find out about all the deer dying in this U.S. state. Will number seven effect you this fall?

7) Deer Unexpectedly Dying in Western Pennsylvania

Over 1,000 deer have unexpectedly died in Western Pennsylvania. Authorities state there is nothing that can be done about it, which is odd. Wouldn’t you say?

Puhala says EHD has claimed about 1,000 deer in the region so far.

“Regrettably I have to tell people we’re probably going to find a lot more deer before it’s over,” he said.

The calls to the Game Commission about suspected cases of EHD are coming in daily.

Discovering multiple dead deer in a single location is not unusual. With pockets of EHD deaths throughout the area, Puhala says the upcoming hunting season could be impacted.

“There may be certain areas where people might notice a pretty substantial decrease in the deer numbers this year,” he said.

The DNR suggest these deaths might be the result of a fly bites. Do you think that is a valid option for these deaths?

                             Won’t be seeing a lot of those this fall

Some people believe all these unexplained animal deaths are just a mystery. Others believe this relates to ancient Biblical prophesy.

Did you know the Bible foretold mass animals deaths?

Hosea 4:1-3 …’Hear the word of the Lord, ye children of Israel: for the Lord hath a controversy with the inhabitants of the land, because there is no truth, nor mercy, nor knowledge of God in the land. By swearing, and lying, and killing, and stealing, and committing adultery, they break out, and blood toucheth blood. Therefore shall the land mourn, and every one that dwelleth therein shall languish, with the beasts of the field, and with the fowls of heaven; yea, the fishes of the sea also shall be taken away.’

Revelation 11:18 …’And the nations were angry, and thy wrath is come, and the time of the dead, that they should be judged, and that thou shouldest give reward unto thy servants the prophets, and to the saints, and them that fear thy name, small and great; and shouldest destroy them which destroy the earth.’

Now we see that happing today.

In the year of 2016, there were 556 KNOWN ‘mass death events’ in 81 countries. In the year 2015 there were 828 known ‘mass death events’ in 96 countries. In 2014 there were 651 known ‘mass death events in 76 countries. In 2013 there were 798 known ‘mass death events’ in 93 countries. In 2012 there were 465 known ‘mass death events’ in 67 countries.

Does that mean the world is about to end or all a giant coincidence and a natural cyclic pattern?

Here’s a full list:

MASS ANIMAL DEATH LIST                                  381 Known MASS Death Events in 73 Countries (or Territory)

9th October 2017 – 100+ Hippos dead from outbreak of disease in a national park in NamibiaLink

6th October 2017 – Hundreds of seagulls dying on the coast of Galicia, SpainLink

6th October 2017 – Millions of fish die ‘due to pollution’ in Telangana Lake, IndiaLink

5th October 2017 – Thousands of sharks and other marine life ‘mysteriously’ dying in San Francisco Bay, AmericaLink

5th October 2017 – 34 TONS of fish have died in fish farms in Thua Thien-Hue, VietnamLink

5th October 2017 – Thousands of dead fish found washed ashore on a lake in Kentucky, AmericaLink

5th October 2017 – Massive die off of fish washes up in a lagoon in Marica, BrazilLink

4th October 2017 – Thousands of dead fish and marine animals washing up along the coast of Dead Stingray IndiaMaharashtra, IndiaLink

4th October 2017 – 2 MILLION birds dead from avian flu in Cape Town, South AfricaLink

4th October 2017 – Hundreds of fish, wild birds and cattle found dead in Francisco Dumont, BrazilLink

3rd October 2017 – Hundreds of dead fish wash ashore in Mersin, TurkeyLink

2nd October 2017 – Large die off of crayfish found in the River Barrow in IrelandLink

30th September 2017 – Thousands of dead fish washing ashore in a creek in Maryland, AmericaLink

28th September 2017 – Hundreds of TONS of fish die in Cianjur, IndonesiaLink

26th September 2017 – Thousands of birds suddenly drop dead in Bali, IndonesiaLink and here

26th September 2017 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a river in Viseu, PortugalLink

26th September 2017 – 2 MILLION chickens dead due to hurricane Maria in Aibonito, Puerto RicoLink

24th September 2017 – 14 dead dolphins have washed up in the past 10 days in Marbella, SpainLink

22nd September 2017 – 1,000 deer dead due to outbreak of disease in Pennsylvania, AmericaLink

21st September 2017 – 47 dead dolphins washed up this year, ‘scientists concerned’, along Gulf Coast, AmericaLink

20th September 2017 – Thousands of dead fish found in a canal in Florida, AmericaLink

20th September 2017 – 5 dead dolphins found washed up along a beach in Kinburn Spit, UkraineLink

20th September 2017 – 30,000 fish die in a fish farm in Finistere, FranceLink

19th September 2017 – Hundreds of dead birds found at Fort Hills oilsands in Alberta, CanadaLink

18th September 2017 – Scores of dead fish washing ashore on beaches of BermudaLink

18th September 2017 – Hundreds of dead fish found in the waters of Livorno, ItalyLink

18th September 2017 – Mass die off of fish in the Sakarya River, TurkeyLink

18th September 2017 – Hundreds of fish have died in a lake in Ohio, AmericaLink

15th September 2017 – 201 whales and dolphins have washed up this year, ‘record breaking number’, in IrelandLink

14th September 2017 – 15+ dead turtles found on beaches in Carazo, NicaraguaLink

14th September 2017 – Mass die off of fish, ‘dead fish everywhere’ in the Baltic Sea, GermanyLink

13th September 2017 – Hundreds of Pink Flamingos dead from Hurricane Irma in CubaLink alsoDead Flamingos in Cubahere

12th September 2017 – 800+ dead sea birds found on islands in the Bering Sea, AmericaLink

12th September 2017 – Thousands of dead fish found in a lagoon in Mexicali, MexicoLink

12th September 2017 – 42 Hippos dead due to outbreak of disease in Ruaha National Park, TanzaniaLink

12th September 2017 – 34 dolphins and 27 turtles found dead on beaches this year in Almeria, SpainLink

11th September 2017 – 100+ dead sea birds found on a beach in Pembrokeshire, WalesLink

10th September 2017 – 31+ dead sea lions, 41+ dead sea birds and 2 dead turtles found on beaches in Talara, PeruLink

9th September 2017 – Hundreds, possibly thousands of cattle dead from storm in Texas, AmericaLink

8th September 2017 – Thousands of fish dead due to pollution in the River Seiche, FranceLink

5th September 2017 – Mass die off of livestock due to storm in Baja California, MexicoLink

5th September 2017 – Thousands of ducks dead due to avian flu in Cape Town, South AfricaLink

5th September 2017 – Thousands of dead fish found in a lagoon in Hellin, SpainLink

4th September 2017 – 3 TONS of dead fish wash up in the waters of Fai Chi Kei, MacauLink

2nd September 2017 – Mass die off of fish in a river in Xinmin, ChinaLink

1st September 2017 – Thousands of dead fish found, ‘causing shock’ in a billabong near Darwin, AustraliaLink

1st September 2017 – Thousands of dead fish found in a river in Coimbra, PortugalLink

30th August 2017 – Massive amounts of dead fish wash up in the Keelung River, TaiwanLinkFish Deaths Taiwan

30th August 2017 – Thousands of dead fish found in a nature reserve in Lampertheim, GermanyLink

29th August 2017 – Hundreds of thousands of dead fish found washed up on a beach in Cornwall, EnglandLink

25th August 2017 – Thousands of dead fish found floating in a river in Batang, IndonesiaLink

23rd August 2017 – Hundreds, maybe thousands of dead Snow Geese found washed up in Cambridge Bay, CanadaLink

23rd August 2017 – 300+ animals dead due to flooding in a national park in Assam, IndiaLink

23rd August 2017 – Hundreds of dead fish found washed up in Guaymas, MexicoLink

22nd August 2017 – 200,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Pampanga, PhilippinesLink

21st August 2017 – 4,000 birds killed due to disease in Kalmar County, SwedenLink

20th August 2017 – 2,474 cattle have died, ‘reason unknown’ in Chuquisaca, BoliviaLink

18th August 2017 – Dozens of dead dolphins and turtles are washing up on the Gulf Coast, AmericaLink

17th August 2017 – Thousands of dead fish washing ashore along Tampa Bay coast, AmericaLink

15th August 2017 – Tens of TONS of dead fish found in a fish farm in Cianjur, IndonesiaLink

13th August 2017 – 2 MILLION cattle dead due to ‘devastating drought’ in EthiopiaLinkDead animals ethiopia

10th August 2017 – 90 TONS of fish have died in fish farms in Vung Tau, VietnamLink

9th August 2017 – Hundreds dead Shearwater birds found washed up on Long Island beaches in New York, AmericaLink

9th August 2017 – 12th right whale found dead, this time in Massachusetts, AmericaLink

9th August 2017 – Dozens of sea lions washing up, 31 dead since June, in California, AmericaLink

9th August 2017 – Mass die off of fish in the waters of Cherkasy, UkraineLink

8th August 2017 – 1 MILLION chickens killed due to avian flu in Zimbabwe and South AfricaLink

8th August 2017 – 1,100 cows die suddenly on a farm in Mato Grosso do Sul, BrazilLink

7th August 2017 – Many hundreds of dead fish wash up in Orange Beach, Alabama, AmericaLink

6th August 2017 – 140 dead dolphins have washed up this summer along coast of RomaniaLink

6th August 2017 – Thousands of dead fish wash up on a beach in Dover, EnglandLink

3rd August 2017 – Mass die off of fish in a lake in California, AmericaLink

3rd August 2017 – Thousands of dead fish found in the waters of Western Lake Estates, Texas, AmericaLink

1st August 2017 – 66,500 chickens killed due to avian flu in Inner Mongolia, ChinaLink

1st August 2017 – 2 whales dead after stranding in Queensland, AustraliaLink

30th July 2017 – Hundreds, maybe thousands of cattle dead from flooding in Gujarat, IndiaLink

29th July 2017 – 5,000 chickens dead due to avian flu in Dawei, MyanmarLink

27th July 2017 – Hundreds of dead fish wash up in Clear Lake, California, AmericaLink

26th July 2017 – Thousands of dead fish ‘mysteriously’ found on a lake in Birmingham, EnglandLink

26th July 2017 – Thousands of dead fish found in a river in Mato Grosso, BrazilLink

25th July 2017 – Hundreds of dead birds line a road in Idaho, AmericaLink

25th July 2017 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a lake in Colorado, AmericaLink

21st July 2017 – Hundreds of dead fish wash up in Sao Jose de Ribamar, BrazilLink

18th July 2017 – Hundreds of TONS of fish have died in fish farms in Lampung, IndonesiaLink

17th July 2017 – 7 dead whales found on the coast of Baja California Sur, MexicoLink

17th July 2017 – 60+ TONS of fish have died in fish farms on a river in Da Nang, VietnamLink

15th July 2017 – TONS of dead fish found in a lake in Islamabad, PakistanLink

15th July 2017 – Thousands of fish die in the Fucino lake in ItalyLink

12th July 2017 – Thousands of red crabs wash up on Catalina Island, California, AmericaLink

11th July 2017 – 200 cattle found dead, ‘a mystery’ in Saskatchewan, CanadaLink

10th July 2017 – 40+ dead Sea Lions and 2 dead Whales found along the coast of Lambayeque, PeruLink

10th July 2017 – Hundreds of camels dying in the desert of QatarLink

9th July 2017 – 300 dead turtles found washed up this year1,200 found last year on Sao Paulo Dead Turtles Brazilcoast, BrazilLink

9th July 2017 – Thousands of fish die in a canal in Wambrechies, FranceLink

8th July 2017 – Thousands of dead fish found in a dam in Tekirdag, TurkeyLink

7th July 2017 – Thousands of dead fish wash up due to pollution in the waters of Paranoa, BrazilLink

7th July 2017 – Hundreds of animals killed due to wild fires in Pedrogao Grande, PortugalLink

6th July 2017 – Dozens of sea birds, hundreds of fish, plus turtles found dead on a beach in Queensland, AustraliaLink

6th July 2017 – Thousands of cattle die in heat wave in California, AmericaLink

6th July 2017 – 9 dead pilot whales found stranded along Taylor and Dixie County coast, Florida, AmericaLink

5th July 2017 – ‘Alarming number’ of dead fish wash up in a lake in Ohio, AmericaLink

5th July 2017 – Thousands of dead fish wash up in a lake in Wisconsin, AmericaLink

5th July 2017 – Thousands of dead fish washing up in a lake in Minnesota, AmericaLink

4th July 2017 – Massive die off of fish in a nature reserve in southern GambiaLink

4th July 2017 – Large die off of fish in a river in Hangzhou, ChinaLink

29th June 2017 – 167 dead dolphins have washed up during past 4 months in Black Sea coast, RussiaLink

28th June 2017 – Large number of dead fish wash up in Ganjam, IndiaLink

28th June 2017 – Thousands of dead fish found in a river in Copan, HondurasLink

28th June 2017 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a river, ’causes alarm’ in Northern ItalyLink

27th June 2017 – Dozens of dead seaguls found washed up on a beach in Buffalo, AmericaLink

27th June 2017 – 150,000 birds killed due to avian flu in South AfricaLink

27th June 2017 – 4.5 TONS of fish dead due to pollution in the Guadalquivir river in SpainLink

26th June 2017 – Hundreds of dead fish wash ashore in Radazul, Tenerife, SpainLink

26th June 2017 – Hundreds of ducks and fish found dead in Quang Nam, VietnamLink

26th June 2017 – Thousands of dead fish found in a lake in Saone-et-Loire, FranceLink

26th June 2017 – Thousands of dead fish wash ashore in Bursa, TurkeyLinkDead fish in Turkey

25th June 2017 – 6 right whales found dead, is ‘unprecedented’ in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence, CanadaLink

25th June 2017 – Several dead dolphins wash ashore in Anapa, RussiaLink

24th June 2017 – 9 dead turtles found along the coast, north of Rio de Janeiro, BrazilLink

24th June 2017 – Hundreds of dead water rodents (Nutria) washed ashore in Mississippi, AmericaLink

22nd June 2017 – Massive die off of cattle due to snowfall in the Plateau, ArgentinaLink

21st June 2017 – Massive fish kill in the waters of Nootdorp, NetherlandsLink

21st June 2017 – Thousands of various fish found dead in a lake in Cleder, FranceLink

20th June 2017 – Hundreds of dead fish wash ashore in Prince Edward Island, CanadaLink

19th June 2017 – Thousands of fish and shrimp die off in a river in Guerrero, MexicoLink

18th June 2017 – Hundreds of dead fish wash up in the waters of Porto Empedocle, ItalyLink

18th June 2017 – Thousands of dead fish found washed up in Brunswick Bays, AmericaLink

16th June 2017 – Thousands of dead fish found in a river in Oliveira do Bairro, PortugalLink

16th June 2017 – Hundreds of dead seagulls found along a road in Detroit, AmericaLink

16th June 2017 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a river in Bologna, ItalyLink

15th June 2017 – Hundreds of dead fish wash up in a lake in Ohio, AmericaLink

14th June 2017 – Massive amounts of fish ‘mysteriously’ washing up dead along the coast in Dead fish in TexasTexas, AmericaLink

11th June 2017 – Massive die off of fish in a fish farm in Lingshui, ChinaLink

10th June 2017 – 23,000 turtles, sea birds and dolphins have been found dead during past two years along coast of Santa Catarina and Sao Paulo, BrazilLink

10th June 2017 – 100 dead gannets have washed up the past couple of months in Massachusetts, AmericaLink

8th June 2017 – Dozens of cattle killed by ‘mysterious disease’ in Kurram, PakistanLink

8th June 2017 – Thousands of dead fish found in the river Elsa, ItalyLink

7th June 2017 – 190,000 birds killed due to avian flu in South KoreaLink

7th June 2017 – 600+ cattle have died due to drought in Quintana Roo, MexicoLink

6th June 2017 – 140,000 birds killed due to avian flu in ZimbabweLink

6th June 2017 – Large number of baby turtles found dead in Cancun, MexicoLink

6th June 2017 – 40,000 lbs of fish die in a reservoir in Fujian, ChinaLink

5th June 2017 – Thousands of dead fish found in the Concho River in Texas, AmericaLink

5th June 2017 – Massive die off of fish in Puget Sound in Washington, AmericaLink

5th June 2017 – Hundreds of dead fish found along the coast of Mullaitivu, Sri LankaLink

2nd June 2017 – 50 TONS of fish have died in a reservoir in Ceara, BrazilLink

1st June 2017 – 243 dead seals have washed up during the past 2 months in Mangystau, Dead seals in KazakhstanKazakhstanLink

1st June 2017 – Tens of thousands of fish suddenly die in a river near Mandurah, AustraliaLink

31st May 2017 – Hundreds of dead sea birds and sea lions washing up on beaches in California, AmericaLink

31st May 2017 – Tens of thousands of fish are dying in lakes in Hyderabad, IndiaLink

31st May 2017 – Large amounts of dead fish washing ashore in La Brea, Trinidad and TobagoLink

31st May 2017 – 20,000 Chickens killed due to bird flu in Shaanxi, ChinaLink

31st May 2017 – 12,000 birds dead due to avian flu in Ituri, CongoLink

30th May 2017 – 17,000 fish have died in the river Saane in SwitzerlandLink

30th May 2017 – 18,000 dead fish found in a river in Friborg, FranceLink

30th May 2017 – Large numbers of dead sardines found ‘due to red tide’ in port El Agallito, PanamaLink

29th May 2017 – Thousands of lobsters are dying in Phu Yen Province, VietnamLink

25th May 2017 – Hundreds, maybe thousands, of dead fish found in a river in Jinotega NicaraguaLink

25th May 2017 – 5,000+ dead fish found in a river in Sabana de Torres, ColombiaLink

22nd May 2017 – 3 dead whales have washed ashore in East Anglia, EnglandLink

21st May 2017 – 50,000 cattle dead due to flooding in Corrientes, ArgentinaLink

21st May 2017 – Tens of thousands of fish die ‘suddenly’ in Guangxi, ChinaLink

19th May 2017 – Dozens of dead sea birds found washed up on a beach in San Pedro de la Paz, ChileLink

18th May 2017 – Die off of sea birds along the coast of Florida, AmericaLink

18th May 2017 – Thousands of dead fish found in a lake in Kondalampatti, IndiaLink

18th May 2017 – Massive die off of fish in the Yangtze River in ChinaLink

17th May 2017 – Dozens of dead turtles found on a beach in Ras al-Jinz OmanLink

16th May 2017 – 103 dead dolphins washed up along Black Sea coast since April, in RussiaLink

16th May 2017 – Thousands of dead sardines wash up on the coast of Muscat, OmanLink

14th May 2017 – MASSIVE die off of clams, fish, oysters and shrimp in Kien Giang Province, Dead clams in VietnamVietnamLink

12th May 2017 – 400 cattle have died due to drought in Campeche, MexicoLink

11th May 2017 – ‘Mega-swarm’ of jellyfish wash up, ‘never seen this big before’, on beaches in WalesLink

11th May 2017 – Thousands of fish dead in a lake in Polk County, Florida, WalesLink

11th May 2017 – Thousands of animals and birds dead due to a storm in Comodoro Rivadavia, ArgentinaLink

10th May 2017 – Thousands of dead fish appear in the waters of Chaguaramas, TrinidadLink

10th May 2017 – 100+ dead turtles found in a pond in Agra, IndiaLink

9th May 2017 – 6 dead dolphins have washed up along the coast of Alagoas, BrazilLink

9th May 2017 – Large die off of fish in a lake in Fort St. John, British Columbia, CanadaLink

8th May 2017 – 2,200 reindeer to be killed due to disease in Nordfjella, NorwayLink

6th May 2017 – Hundreds of leopard sharks washing up dead in San Francisco Bay, AmericaLink

6th May 2017 – 18,000 cattle dead after flash flooding in Samburu, KenyaLink

6th May 2017 – 100 Eels found dead in a stream in Glamorgan, WalesLink

4th May 2017 – 10,000 cattle dead due to ‘rare Spring snow storm’ in Colorado, AmericaLink

4th May 2017 – Hundreds of migratory birds found dead in Galveston, Texas, AmericaLink

3rd May 2017 – Hundreds of dead fish wash up in Navesink River in New Jersey, AmericaLink

2nd May 2017 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a lake in Bengaluru, IndiaLink

1st May 2017 – 100 TONS of fish die in lake Kunashak in RussiaVIDEO HERE and News LinkDead fish in Russia

1st May 2017 – Mass die off of fish along 3km of river in Quang Nam, VietnamLink

1st May 2017 – Thousands of dead fish found in the waters of Dunkerque, FranceLink

30th April 2017 – 12+ turtles found dead, ‘a mystery’ in a park in Queens, New York, AmericaLink

30th April 2017 – Large number of dead fish found in a river in Guangxi, ChinaLink

30th April 2017 – Thousands of dead fish found floating in the Yarkon River in IsraelLink

29th April 2017 – Massive die off of deer newborns and female deer this winter, ‘catastrophic’ in Wyoming, AmericaLink

29th April 2017 – TONS of dead fish wash up on beaches in KuwaitLink

28th April 2017 – Dozens of dead birds found, ‘due to heat’ in Matlapa, MexicoLink

27th April 2017 – 50,000 hens killed due to avian flu in Nykoping, SwedenLink

26th April 2017 – 41 humpback whales have washed up dead during the past year, ‘unusual mortality event’ declared, along east coast of AmericaLink

26th April 2017 – Thousands of dead fish are washing up in St. Petersburg, Florida, AmericaLink

25th April 2017 – Hundreds of sea birds washing up dead or dying in Santa Barbara, California, AmericaLink

24th April 2017 – Thousands of dead fish found in a lake in Coahuila, MexicoLink

24th April 2017 – Thousands of dead fish found in a reservoir in Basilicata, ItalyLinkDead fish in Italy

23rd April 2017 – 1,200 TONS of fish have died throughout 4 districts of BangladeshLink

23rd April 2017 – Thousands of dead fish turn up in a lake in Georgia, AmericaLink

22nd April 2017 – Thousands of of fish have died ‘a mystery’ in a lagoon in Miches, Dominican RepublicLink

21st April 2017 – Dozens of dead or dying sea lions, seals, dolphins and sea birds washing up along Southern California, AmericaLink

21st April 2017 – 14 big horn sheep and goats died this winter, ‘a mystery’ in Haute-Savoie, FranceLink

21st April 2017 – Masses of Asian Carp are dying off, ‘unknown reason’, in Kentucky Lake, AmericaLink

20th April 2017 – Thousands of dead fish wash up along a lake in Himachal Pradesh, IndiaLink

20th April 2017 – Thousands of dead fish washing up in Lake St.Clair in Michigan, AmericaLink

19th April 2017 – 1 TON of dead fish wash up, ‘first time’ in a lake in Abdullahpurmet, IndiaLink

19th April 2017 – 500 cattle dead due to drought in Zanatepec, MexicoLink

19th April 2017 – Hundreds of fish dying every day ‘due to heat’ in Khon Buri District, ThailandLink

18th April 2017 – Thousands of dead fish wash up in a lagoon in Chicago, AmericaLink

17th April 2017 – Hundreds of wild animals, including buffaloes and impalas have died in Laikipia County, KenyaLink

17th April 2017 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a freshwater lake in Nakuru County, KenyaLink

16th April 2017 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a creek in Wichita, AmericaLink

15th April 2017 – Hundreds of dead fish, ‘a mystery’ in a lake in Jackson, Tennessee, AmericaLink

13th April 2017 – Thousands of bats still dying off, only 7 long-eared bats found this year in Dead bats in AmericaMissouri, AmericaLink

13th April 2017 – 3,500 dead dolphins have washed up this year in the Atlantic, in France and UKLink

11th April 2017 – Thousands of dead fish turning up in various rivers in Costa RicaLink

10th April 2017 – Masses of dead fish found washed up along 3km of beach in Pingtung County, TaiwanLink

9th April 2017 – ‘Countless’ numbers of blue Velella velella wash ashore in Oregon, AmericaLink

9th April 2017 – 11+ hippos found dead along a river in Mlibizi, ZimbabweLink

8th April 2017 – Thousands of dead fish wash up in the Kali Bein, IndiaLink

6th April 2017 – Thousands of dead fish found along a lakefront in Chicago, AmericaLink

5th April 2017 – Thousands of dead fish wash up on beaches in Eden, NSW, AustraliaLink

4th April 2017 – 100 TONS of fish suddenly die in a fish farm in South Sumatra, IndonesiaLink

4th April 2017 – Thousands of birds are dying in Atlanta, AmericaLink

1st April 2017 – 38 dead dolphins found washed up along Sundays River coast, South AfricaLinkDead dolphins in South Africa

31st March 2017 – Thousands of fish and shrimp dead in the waters of Dewantara, IndonesiaLink

30th March 2017 – Tons of dead fish washing up everyday along a river in Preah Vihear, CambodiaLink

27th March 2017 – 1 MILLION+ birds killed since January, due to avian flu in TaiwanLink

27th March 2017 – 18,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Georgia, AmericaLink

27th March 2017 – Thousands of dead fish found in a reservoir in Chiclayo, PeruLink

27th March 2017 – 70+ dead turtles found in a lagoon in Managua, NicaraguaLink

27th March 2017 – Massive die off of fish in fish farm in Hengxian, ChinaLink

26th March 2017 – 270,000 chickens killed due to avian flu in Miyagi and Chiba, JapanLink

23rd March 2017 – Thousands of dead fish wash up in a lagoon in San Luis, ArgentinaLink

23rd March 2017 – Hundreds of dead birds found along a beach in Costa Grande, MexicoLink

22nd March 2017 – Thousands of monkeys dead from disease is ‘unprecedented’ in Minas Gerais, BrazilLink

22nd March 2017 – Thousands of dead fish washing up on beaches in Victoria and NSW, AustraliaLink

22nd March 2017 – 22,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Kentucky, AmericaLink

21st March 2017 – 30,000 dead fish found in a lake in Idaho, AmericaLink

20th March 2017 – Thousands of dead fish found washed up along a river in West Sumatra, IndonesiaLink

18th March 2017 – 7 TONS of fish die in fish farms in Bao Thang, VietnamLink

18th March 2017 – Masses of dead cockles, dead fish and a dolphin washed ashore in Miri, MalaysiaLink

17th March 2017 – Millions of dead shellfish wash up in Waihi Beach, New ZealandLinkDead shellfish new zealand

17th March 2017 – Thousands of dead fish wash up in the waters of Thirthahalli, IndiaLink

17th March 2017 – Mass die off of fish found washed up on the shores of Los Santos, PanamaLink

16th March 2017 – 55,000 birds to be killed due to another avian flu outbreak in Tennessee, AmericaLink

15th March 2017 – 25,000 birds dead due to avian flu in Kelantan, MalaysiaLink

14th March 2017 – 5,000 goldfish found dead in a lagoon in Western AustraliaLink

14th March 2017 – Thousands of dead fish appear ‘due to winter ice’ in a lake in Sivas, TurkeyLink

14th March 2017 – Thousands of dead fish found in a canal in Tainan, TaiwanLink

13th March 2017 – 6,200 hens killed due to avian flu in Koshi, NepalLink

13th March 2017 – 4,000+ chickens killed due to avian flu in Cao Bang, VietnamLink

11th March 2017 – 40 dead turtles found since January along the coast of UruguayLink

9th March 2017 – Thousands of cattle dead due from wildfires in Kansas, AmericaLink

8th March 2017 – Hundreds of cattle dead from wildfires on the plains of Colorado, AmericaLink

8th March 2017 – 23,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Quang Ngai, VietnamLink

8th March 2017 – Several dead leopard sharks found washed ashore on a beach in California, AmericaLink

8th March 2017 – 10,000 dead fish found in dried up stream in Senftenberg, GermanyLink

7th March 2017 – 3 more dead dolphins found washed up on beaches in Southern EnglandLink

6th March 2017 – Tens of thousands of birds killed due to avian flu in Tennessee, AmericaLink

3rd March 2017 – Massive die off of fish found in a lagoon in Cordoba, SpainLink

3rd March 2017 – 55,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Suffolk, EnglandLink

2nd March 2017 – Large die off of fish in a river in Vaxjo, SwedenLink

1st March 2017 – Massive die off of fish in a lake in Afyonkarahisar Province, TurkeyLink

28th February 2017 – 9 TONS of dead fish found floating in the sea by fishermen in Zhejiang, ChinaLink

28th February 2017 – TONS of dead fish found washed up along the beaches of Apetlon, AustriaLink

28th February 2017 – Hundreds of dead fish found along beaches in Huatulco, MexicoLink

28th February 2017 – 4,200 waterbirds dead due to ‘avian cholera’ in Idaho, AmericaLink

28th February 2017 – 200 cows found dead, ‘due to heatwave’ in La Pampa, ArgentinaLinkDead Bulls in Argentina

28th February 2017 – Mass die off of birds due to avian flu right across HungaryLink

28th February 2017 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a river in New South Wales, AustraliaLink

28th February 2017 – 4 dead whales have washed ashore during the past month in Virginia, AmericaLink

27th February 2017 – Thousands of fish have died in the Magdalena River in ColombiaLink

27th February 2017 – 42,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Plateau, NigeriaLink

27th February 2017 – 27,000 ducks killed due to avian flu in Sant Gregori, SpainLink

25th February 2017 – Hundreds of dead fish wash up on beaches in Montevideo, UruguayLink

25th February 2017 – 1,000+ cattle dead due to drought in Tehuantepec, MexicoLink

23rd February 2017 – Massive die off of fish in a river in Thanh Hoa, VietnamLink

22nd February 2017 – 100 dead dolphins washed up during past 8 weeks, ‘IT’s A MASSACRE’, in Cornwall, EnglandLink

22nd February 2017 – 56 dead whales and dolphins wash up this year, ‘WORST ON RECORD’, in IrelandLink

22nd February 2017 – 6 TONS of fish die in a lake in South Cotabato, PhilippinesLink

22nd February 2017 – 90,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Chungcheong Province, South KoreaLink

22nd February 2017 – Massive die off of fish in lake Eber in Afyon Province, TurkeyLink

21st February 2017 – 600,000 ducks to be killed due to avian flu in Landes, FranceLink

21st February 2017 – 6,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Southern VietnamLink

21st February 2017 – Dozens of dead sea birds, plus dead sea lions found along the coast in Puerto Natales, ChileLink

20th February 2017 – 42,000 turkeys killed due to avian flu in Gazzo Veronese, ItalyLink

20th February 2017 – 10,000 freshwater fish found dead in a lake in central NamibiaLink

19th February 2017 – Hundreds of dead fish wash up on a lake in Minnesota, AmericaLink

19th February 2017 – 1 TON of dead fish found floating in the waters of Saguling, IndonesiaLink

17th February 2017 – Tens of thousands of dead fish wash up along the Cooloola coast in AustraliaLink

16th February 2017 – 30 TONS of dead fish washes ashore in Nicoya Gulf, Costa RicaLinkDead Fish costa Rica

16th February 2017 – 86 turtles found dead, ‘due to red tide’ in La Paz and Los Cabos, MexicoLink

16th February 2017 – 100 cattle dead due to drought in Lamu, KenyaLink

16th February 2017 – 46,000+ livestock dead from ‘extreme cold’ in Northern MongoliaLink

16th February 2017 – Hundreds of cattle dying due to drought in Bacalar, MexicoLink

15th February 2017 – 6 dead dolphins found washed ashore in San Felipe, MexicoLink

15th February 2017 – Masses of dead birds appearing in Magnitogorsk, RussiaLink

15th February 2017 – 17 TONS of dead fish found in a dam in Piaui, BrazilLink

15th February 2017 – Tens of thousands of fish suddenly die in fish farms in Purwakarta, IndonesiaLink

14th February 2017 – 23,000 chickens killed due to avian flu in Suffolk, EnglandLink

13th February 2017 – Dozens of dead owls found along a road in Idaho, AmericaLink

13th February 2017 – Thousands of dead fish turn up in a river in Windsor, Ontario, CanadaLink

13th February 2017 – 700+ bats dead ‘due to heat’ in New South Wales, AustraliaLink

13th February 2017 – 130,000 birds killed due to avian flu in TaiwanLink

13th February 2017 – Mass fish die off in a river in Ha Tinh, VietnamLink

13th February 2017 – Thousands of dead fish wash ashore in Cienaga, ColombiaLink

12th February 2017 – 350 whales dead after 650 stranded in Farewell Spit, New ZealandLinkDead whales Farewell Spit

12th February 2017 – Masses of dead fish found washed up on a beach in Cabo Frio, BrazilLink

10th February 2017 – Hundreds of migratory birds found dead ‘due to pollution’ in Guanajuato, MexicoLink

8th February 2017 – 2,500 Saiga Antelopes have died due to disease in MongoliaLink

8th February 2017 – 20,000 ducks killed due to avian flu in southern Czech RepublicLink

8th February 2017 – Hundreds of dead fish found washed up on beach in Piura, PeruLink

6th February 2017 – Hundreds of dead sea birds found washed up on the coast of Huanchaco, PeruLink

6th February 2017 – 71,000 chickens killed due to avian flu in Saga, JapanLink

6th February 2017 – Thousands of ducks dying from disease in Washington, AmericaLink

3rd February 2017 – Hundreds of baby turtles dying due to heat on a beach in Queensland, AustraliaLink

3rd February 2017 – Thousands of dead jellyfish, ‘never seen this many before’, wash ashore in Queensland, AustraliaLink

3rd February 2017 – 1,300 TONS of fish have died suddenly in lake Sebu, PhilippinesLink

3rd February 2017 – Thousands of dead fish wash up in Porthcawl Harbour, WalesLink

30th January 2017 – 63,000 birds to be killed due to avian flu in Lancashire, EnglandLink

29th January 2017 – 400 dead monkeys found in the forests of Espirito Santo, BrazilLink

28th January 2017 – Masses of dead fish washing up again on beaches in Florida, AmericaLink

28th January 2017 – 10,000+ pheasants to be killed due to avian flu in Lancashire, EnglandLink

27th January 2017 – 3,700 dead birds found in the waters of Sacramento, AmericaLink

27th January 2017 – 3 dead whales and a dolphin wash up in Baja California, MexicoLink

25th January 2017 – MILLIONS of dead sardines wash up on the coast of Quemchi, ChileLinkDead sardines Chile

25th January 2017 – 400 dead turtles found in a dried up dam in Quixada, BrazilLink

24th January 2017 – 12 dolphins have stranded and died this month in Asturias, SpainLink

24th January 2017 – Large die off of fish in a lagoon in Michigan, AmericaLink

24th January 2017 – 106 dead turtles found along the coasts of Sergipe and Bahain, BrazilLink

24th January 2017 – Hundreds of crabs and fish have died in Queensland, AustraliaLink

23rd January 2017 – Thousands of dead herring found washed up in Bjorndal fjord, NorwayLink

23rd January 2017 – 3,000+ birds killed due to avian flu in Dhaka, BangladeshLink

23rd January 2017 – Mass die off of fish in the waters of Port-Saint-Louis-du-Rhone, FranceLink

21st January 2017 – 50,000 fish died due to pollution in a river in Oswestry, EnglandLink

21st January 2017 – 9 turtles found dead on a beach in Sao Francisco de Itabapoana, BrazilLink

20th January 2017 – 600,000 chickens killed due to avian flu in Astrakhan, RussiaLink

20th January 2017 – 800,000 ducks killed due to avian flu in Southwest FranceLink

19th January 2017 – Tens of thousands of dead fish wash up on a beach in Kvarnakershamn, SwedenLink

19th January 2017 – Mass death of wild birds reported around Lake Victoria, UgandaLink

19th January 2017 – 3 whales have been found dead during past month in Nayarit, MexicoLink

18th January 2017 – 28,000 hens dead due to avian flu in Southern GreeceLink

18th January 2017 – 10 dead turtles are found every day on the coast of Costa Chica, MexicoLink

17th January 2017 – 81 dolphins (false killer whales) dead after stranding in Florida’s Everglades, Dead false whales in FloridaAmericaLink

17th January 2017 – 6,000 turkeys are to be killed due to avian flu in Lincolnshire, EnglandLink

17th January 2017 – Hundreds of dead fish wash up on Hindmarsh Island in AustraliaLink

17th January 2017 – Dozens of pelicans are dying in Riviera Bay, St. Petersburg, Florida, AmericaLink

17th January 2017 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a lagoon in Petrolina, BrazilLink

15th January 2017 – 10 dead dolphins found washed up, ‘experts baffled’, in Cornwall, EnglandLink

14th January 2017 – 430,000 birds to be killed due to avian flu in Southern BulgariaLink

14th January 2017 – Mass die off of fish in the waters of Wilhelmshausen, GermanyLink

13th January 2017 – Thousands of fish die in a lake in St. Petersburg, Florida, AmericaLink

13th January 2017 – Thousands of dead fish wash up along a lagoon in PatagoniaLink

13th January 2017 – Hundreds of dead fish wash up along a river in Manzhou TaiwanLink

12th January 2017 – Hundreds of TONS of fish have died in Lake Toba, IndonesiaLink

12th January 2017 – 30+ dead turtles found washed ashore in Chennai, IndiaLink

12th January 2017 – 10,000 birds dead due to avian flu in Odessa, UkraineLink

11th January 2017 – Massive fish kill found washed up on a lake in New South Wales, AustraliaLink

10th January 2017 – Thousands of animals/cattle dead due to wildfires in La Pampa, ArgentinaLink

10th January 2017 – Thousands of fish die in farms, ‘due to flooding’ in Kelantan, MalaysiaLink

10th January 2017 – 700 fish die in a lake, ‘due to drought’ in Sinigo, ItalyLink

9th January 2017 – Hundreds of dead lobsters, starfish and crabs found washed ashore in Newfoundland and Labrador, CanadaLink

9th January 2017 – 80 swans have died due to avian flu in Dorset, EnglandLink

9th January 2017 – Hundreds of fish dying in a lake in Pozzuoli, ItalyLink

9th January 2017 – Thousands of dead fish, plus dead birds found in a quarry lake in Basiglio, ItalyLink

8th January 2017 – Thousands of fish die suddenly in a dam in East Java,, IndonesiaLink

5th January 2017 – 350,000 birds to be killed due to avian flu in Quilpue ChileLink

5th January 2017 – 20,000+ chickens killed due to avian flu in Yunlin, TaiwanLink

4th January 2017 – Large number of dead sea birds found washed up in the Bay of Gibraltar, SpainLink

4th January 2017 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a lake in Bundaberg, AustraliaLink

3rd January 2017 – Dozens of birds fall dead from sky in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, AmericaLink

3rd January 2017 – Dozens of dead turtles washing up on beaches in Jagatsinghpur district, IndiaLink

1st January 2017 – 5 Humpback whales have washed ashore in recent weeks in Hawaii, AmericaLink

See MASS ANIMAL DEATHS 2016 for the 2016 list.

See MASS ANIMAL DEATHS 2015 for the 2015 list.

See MASS ANIMAL DEATHS 2014 for the 2014 list.

See MASS ANIMAL DEATHS 2013 for the 2013 list.

See MASS ANIMAL DEATHS 2012 for the 2012 list.

See MASS ANIMAL DEATHS 2011 for the 2011 list.

 

 

Original Article:http://www.truthandaction.org/seven-mysterious-mass-animal-deaths-in-2017/

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