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2017 Animal Deaths - April is coming.
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Tens of thousands of dead starfish wash up along the Dutch coast! "Dead starfish as far as the eye can see!
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Dead starfish as far as the eye can see. Photo: Martin Kool

Tens of Thousands of dead starfish have been washed up on the beach near the seaside resort of Callantsoog, just 20 minutes from the home of The Big Wobble, the dead starfish stretch further than the eye can see!
Only those close to beach pavilions are being cleared up.
The dead sea creatures will be cleared from a 2km stretch of strand to stop the smell disturbing winter beach goers, Schagen council said on Thursday.
The starfish were washed up along several parts of the North Sea coast earlier this week.
Arthur Oosterbaan, of the marine research group Ecomare told local broadcaster RTVNH strong winds have stirred up the water and the low temperatures made the starfish sleepy and unable to stay on the sea bed.
They were then brought up by the tide.
Mass starfish strandings happen fairly rarely. In December 2014, an estimated 100,000 starfish were washed up on a beach in South Carolina.

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http://www.kiro7.com/news/trending-now/m.../484918937

More than 80 whales found dead off Florida coast
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by: Palm Beach Post Updated: Jan 16, 2017 - 1:04 PM

NOAA Fisheries said that 95 of the whales were reported stranded off Hog Key on Saturday afternoon.

The agency tweeted Saturday, saying that 81 of those whales are dead, one has been seen alive and 13 are unaccounted for. NOAA and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission have asked for boaters and aircraft to stay away from the area.

False killer whales are named as such because of their resemblance to orcas. They are members of the dolphin family and range in size from 15 feet to 20 feet. In adulthood, false killer whales can weigh approximately 1,500 pounds.

The whales have a small conical head without a beak. Their dorsal fin is tall and their flippers (pectoral fins) have a distinctive hump or bulge in the middle of the front edge. False killer whales have dark coloration except for some lighter patches near the throat and middle chest.

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12th January 2017 - 30+ dead turtles found washed ashore in Chennai, India.
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http://www.ndtv.com/chennai-news/30-oliv...es-1647750
Chennai: At least 30 Olive Ridley turtles have been found dead on the sea shores along Chennai over the last one week. On the Tiruvanmayur beach alone caucuses of five turtles were found. Experts say they are 12 to 15 years old. With the nesting season just beginning, turtle conservationists are a worried lot. Many blame it on trawlers violating the five nautical zone ban this season till March and using banned nets.

Turtles need to come to the surface to breathe every 45 minutes to an hour. Shravan Krishnan, a conservationist, says "Most trawlers do not use the turtle excluder device nets which allow turtles to make their way back into the sea. We are worried about the high turtle casualty numbers this season."

For nesting, turtles choose the exact shores where they were hatched years ago. Every year hatcheries run by the forest department and a few other NGOs rescue thousands of eggs and they release close to a lakh baby turtles into the sea.

K Geethanjali, wildlife warden, says, "We are doing our best. We are implementing the ban on trawlers in five nautical miles with assistance from the Coast Guard, Coastal Security Group and Fisheries Department. We are confident this would be checked."

The Olive Ridley turtles are the smallest of all sea turtles; they are about two feet in length and can weigh up to a maximum of 50 kilogram. They are found mostly in the Indian and Pacific Oceans.

These turtles are best known for their unique mass nesting where thousands of females come together on the same beach to lay eggs. Though found in abundance, their numbers have been declining over the past few years, and the species is recognized as Vulnerable by the IUCN Red list, according to the World Wildlife Fund.

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12th January 2017 - Hundreds of TONS of fish have died in Lake Toba, Indonesia.
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Humbahas - In the last three days, hundreds of tons of fish Keramba cage (KJA) in Lake Toba, Baktiraja, Humbang Hasundutan (Humbahas) dead. Until Wednesday (1/11) at 18:00 pm, Department of Animal Husbandry and Fisheries Humbahas record total of dead fish reached 157 tons.

Head of Fisheries, Department of Animal Husbandry and Fisheries Regency Humbahas, Rudy TH Simamora said the cause of death of fish in the estimate due to changes in water conditions. Because, in the past week to rain quite large, so the surface water exchange occurs.

Surface water exchange resulting in decreased oxygen levels sizable cause fish to die. The results of the examination the oxygen content in the water for the last three days showed a drastic decline.

Data on Sunday, January 8, 2017, showed oxygen levels of water at 2.6 ppm (Parts per Million). On Monday, January 9, 2017 until Tuesday, January 10, 2017, decreased to 1.6 PPM. "As for the last measurement on Wednesday (11/1) is reduced to 0.9 PPM," Rudy rich.

Rudy added that another cause is the water temperature changes drastically. During this time, the surface temperature of the water reaches 32 degrees Celsius, to drop to 16 degrees Celsius.

Rudy explained, the number of dead fish in Lake Toba is expected to still grow. Therefore, the final tally is made to the network managed floating 19 households. While the net number of managers in the region Humbahas reached 31 families.

"So far we are still collecting data and measuring the water content conditions. We hope that this condition can be resolved soon, "he said.

Meanwhile, a resident manager KJA, Anton Simamora, 45, said there were at least 61 Domestic Production (RTP) proprietor KJA the fish die. He was puzzled to see the fish die in quick time. Whereas those fish will be harvested, so the loss is estimated at hundreds of millions of rupiah.

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Thousands of dead herring, starfish, lobster, crabs mysteriously washed up dead on some Nova Scotia beaches

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scoti...-1.3916481

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13th January 2017 - Thousands of dead fish wash up along a lagoon in Patagonia.
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The appearance of thousands of dead fish in a lagoon in Patagonia worries a southern community and authorities, who are trying to determine the causes of this death.

The pejerreyes and the trout appeared mysteriously on the sand and ignited the alert since a decade ago something similar had happened in that mirror of water.

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13th January 2017 - Thousands of fish die in a lake in St. Petersburg, Florida, America.
http://www.baynews9.com/content/news/bay...fish_.html
St. Petersburg city workers have been collecting thousands of pounds of dead fish from the Riviera Bay neighborhood that are apparently making pelicans sick, as well.

Crews have pulled 2,000 pounds of dead fish
Officials say fish kill result of "classic thermal inversion"
Deaths among pelicans make this fish kill unusual

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14th January 2017 - Mass die off of fish in the waters of Wilhelmshausen, Germany.
https://www.hna.de/kassel/kreis-kassel/f...46252.html
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Fuldatal. Anglers have made a gruesome discovery at Fuldatal-Wilhelmshausen: Quintessential fish have died in the area of ​​the Fulda sluice.

Eel, perch, pike, roach eye - all dead. Martin Engelmann is shocked. The 77-year-old angler can not comprehend the mysterious fish death at the lock at Wilhelmshausen. "This is a disaster," says the Kassel hobby fisherman, who has been fishing in the area for 40 years.

Who is responsible for death? Engelmann has a guess: the waterway and shipping office in Hann. Münden, which operates the sluice.

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14th January 2017 - 430,000 birds to be killed due to avian flu in Southern Bulgaria.
http://www.reuters.com/article/us-health...SKBN14Y0HY
Bulgaria reports virulent bird flu at over 50 farms, culling 430,000 poultry

A virulent bird flu virus has spread to 55 poultry farms in Bulgaria prompting the veterinary authorities to announce a cull of some 430,000 birds since it was first detected in the middle of December, agriculture minister Dessislava Taneva said on Saturday.

The Balkan country has also registered four cases of bird flu in wild ducks since mid-December.

Bulgaria has imposed a nationwide ban on poultry markets and on the hunting of game birds, and has already spent over a million levs ($543,714) to cull birds in a bid to contain the outbreak.

"In Bulgaria, we have usually registered bird flu in wild birds in the past few years. It is the first time we have had so many outbreaks in farms," Taneva told Bulgarian Darik radio.

The southern region of Plovdiv was most affected by the highly pathogenic virus H5N8, she said, pointing out that some 300,000 birds, mainly ducks, were culled and another 130,000 were to be killed on Saturday.

The authorities have imposed quarantine zones around the affected farms.

Taneva said over 800 bird flu outbreaks have been detected in Europe since October, with Germany and France being most affected.

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15th January 2017 - 10 dead dolphins found washed up, 'experts baffled', in Cornwall, England.
Experts baffled as TEN dolphins are found washed up dead along Cornish coast within a matter of days
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In the past year 61 dolphins, porpoises and whales have been found dead around Cornwall’s coast
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Thousands of dead fish lie scattered across the beach at low tide

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17th January 2017 - Hundreds of dead fish found in a lagoon in Petrolina, Brazil.
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Hundreds of fish were found dead Tuesday in a pond in the Jatobá neighborhood, east side of Petrolina, in the Sertão de Pernambuco. It is not yet known what caused the death of the fish, all of the tilapia species.

The fish died on Monday night (16). When the day dawned, the residents of the area were frightened. "I did not even think I had that much fish here. Yesterday I had a little bit, today it has appeared more and for sure they will die everything, as it is there, there is no escape, "said area supervisor Osmando Sabino.

One of the main hypotheses to explain what happened is that the water may have become warmer, which has reduced the amount of oxygen. Unable to breathe, the fish died. Ibama was on the spot and does not rule out another possibility for the fish's death.
Peixes foram encontrados mortos nesta terça-feira (17) (Foto: Aracelly Romão / TV Grande Rio)
Fish were found dead on Tuesday

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"(((It is not ruled out that someone has thrown some poison))), given that the land is fully open and has access to the public. Here comes direct sewage, so someone may have spilled a poison glass in a sewage box and I came to stop here, "said Ibama's fishing engineer, Vanderlei Pinheiro.

According to IBAMA, the investigation is compromised because of the amount of sewage that is released into the lagoon. The fishing engineer warns that the population will not eat dead fish under any circumstances.

"Do not let the people consume, do not let the people fish and dry to avoid access to the public. If he had an award that could be held responsible, Ibama would have the company or individual or legal entity fine, with a fine of R $ 5,000 to R $ 50,000, plus a penalty of three years imprisonment, "Vanderlei said.

In a statement, the Municipal Environment Agency (Amma) said it will send technicians to the site to have an analysis of what may have caused the fish's death. He was not informed when the animals will be removed from the pond. According to Amma, the lagoon works irregularly as a sewage stabilization pond that caters to the surrounding condos and which has a low concentration of oxygen, which may have killed the fish.

Compesa confirmed that in the Jatobá neighborhood there is no stabilization pond built by the company. The agency took the opportunity to inform that to put the collector system in operation in the Jatobá neighborhood, is completing projects and closing partnerships. Works are expected to start in the first half of this year.

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17th January 2017 - Dozens of pelicans are dying in Riviera Bay, St. Petersburg, Florida, America
http://www.tampabay.com/news/environment...ee/2309792
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ST. PETERSBURG — Pelicans are dying around Riviera Bay and Coffee Pot Bayou and so far no one knows why.

"It's awful, it is," said Eddie Gayton of the Seaside Seabird Sanctuary.

Dead birds have been turning up since Wednesday. The sanctuary is caring for 14 pelicans that are still alive but lethargic and paralyzed, he said. They appear to have been ((( poisoned ))) by something, but by what is the mystery. Another 22 died, he said, along with an egret that may or may not be part of the pelican die-off.

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17th January 2017 - Hundreds of dead fish wash up on Hindmarsh Island in Australia.
Dead carp wash up on Hindmarsh Island, resident told no help available to clean up 'smelly' mess
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Blackwater has been working its way down the river system since last year's floods, with decomposing organic material, including leaves and bark, washing into the river.

Resident Catharina Taylor said the dead carp had created a "horrible smell" and she feared the smell would get worse in the summer heat.
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-01-17/de...nd/8186500

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GL is going to come into this thread any moment and say the 6th mass extinction is a wonderful thing for the planet and for the humans on it. chuckle

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5* posting. Welcome to LOP!

GL is going to come into this thread any moment and say the 6th mass extinction is a wonderful thing for the planet and for the humans on it. chuckle

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