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2017 Animal Deaths - April is coming.
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18th January 2017 - 10 dead turtles are found every day on the coast of Costa Chica, Mexico.
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Basically these turtles are/were going to spawn.
I think the turtles were caught in shrimp nets.

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Whatever is killing them, it is afecting us at a phychic level. Humanity is going insane.

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19th January 2017 - Tens of thousands of dead fish wash up on a beach in Kvarnakershamn, Sweden.
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Scores of dead fish dead fish were discovered in early January on the beach in Kvarnåkershamn. "There were 10,000's of dead fish.", Says the county fish consultant Rolf Gydemo.

A week into January discovered Claes Nilsson and Håkan Mattsson large quantities of dead fish on the beach in Kvarnåkershamn.

- It was the most bullheads, but even the occasional flounder, some cod and a number of seaweed leaches. All those living close to the seabed, says Håkan Mattsson.

He says that they contacted the county fisheries consultant for answers on what may have happened.

The County Fish Commissioner Rolf Gydemo says that some 15 people got in on the dead fish, and shortly thereafter he himself was on site to take samples sent to the National Veterinary Institute.

- There were 10,000's of dead fish, perhaps as many as 100,000, at a distance of a few kilometers, says Rolf Gydemo.

He notes that it is primarily Sculpins killing and eelpout that washed ashore, who lives near the seabed. He also saw gobies, flounder, sticklebacks, sand eels and occasional herring and sprat.

- Rötsimporna playing now and the males guard the rum. I think the hard southwesterly winds which were at and that at these depths was so much waves to fishermen lost their footing. It can also be combined with that came a plume of oxygen-poor waters affected.

The fact that many of the fishermen had wide-gap can prove the theory of hypoxia.

Rolf Gydemo do not think the fishermen affected by poisoning or disease, but samples have yet been sent to the National Veterinary Institute for analysis.

- It seems strange if they caught a virus or any disease, because it just happened right there, and in conjunction with hard pålandsvindar. There have been no reports from other areas if large quantities. It always floats ashore dead fish in winter, it's nothing unusual. But we are grateful that we get reports from the public when there is mass death, says Rolf Gydemo.

He tells of a similar incident winter of 2014 when it was washed ashore a lot of fish in the eastern Gotland after a period of strong winds from the east.

- Where and outside Kvarnåkershamn the bottom is flat. When it is shallow waves built on and grow large before they reach land.

Although it is about very many dead fishes hope Rolf Gydemo able to calm anxious Gotland.

- My assessment is that it is the weather, and this is no cracking stocks, not for these species.

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21st January 2017 - 50,000 fish died due to pollution in a river in Oswestry, England.
'Environmental disaster': 50,000 fish die in Oswestry's River Morda after chemical leak.
The River Morda near Oswestry turned milky-white late following what is believed to have been a chemical leak from a tanker into the river late on Thursday.
An investigation is now being carried out by the Environment Agency, to find out the cause.
The Environment Agency warned people not to allow livestock and pets to go in the river.
http://www.shropshirestar.com/news/2017/...nnamed-71/



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24th January 2017 - 12 dolphins have stranded and died this month in Asturias, Spain.
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At least a dozen dolphins have been stranded so far this month on the Asturian coast. "Some came alive and died in the sand unattended, and all were thrown away for several days, even weeks, without being withdrawn," they explain from the Coordinator for the Study and Protection of Marine Species (Cepesma), whose members will give a Step more to recover the network of strandings that was inoperative just a year ago requesting a meeting with officials of the Ministry of Environment. "Cepesma's stranding network appears as such in the ministry's marine conservation strategy and has been canceled by the counselor with the result we are already seeing," says Carlos Solares, Cepesma volunteer who in June of last year delivered 83,000 signatures In the Ministry of the Environment to claim that the collaboration of the Principality with this network that had been active for 20 years would be resumed.

Of the dozen dolphins killed so far this year, three appeared in Llanes, two in Tapia de Casariego, two in Castrillón, a couple in Luarca and three last ones in Verdicio, Villaviciosa and Colunga. One of the last ones appeared last Thursday on the beach of Cuevas del Mar with a paper that, according to the Cepesma, said, "do not touch, we will pick it up." Solares, through the collective Fauna Urbana de Gijón (collaborator of the Cepesma), opened a new campaign to collect signatures on change.org to request the Ministry to end the death of marine animals on the coast of Asturias. "The decision to inspire the network of strandings without having viable alternatives for the care of marine fauna, without adequate means or trained personnel, is resulting in a real disaster of corpses lying on the beaches," they explain from the Cepesma.

They also remember that last June all the political groups of the General Board approved by absolute majority a proposal not of law in which it was urged to resume immediately the collaboration with the network of collection of beached animals of the Cepesma and that, in the absence Of news by the Socialist Government, began a collection of signatures that, at present, sum almost 90,000 supports. In October, the UI parliamentary group raised a question about the fulfillment of this non-law proposition without an answer so far.

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With the new unrestricted safety levels of toxins released into the atmosphere and oceans..scientist are baffled by the phenomenon.
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25th January 2017 - 400 dead turtles found in a dried up dam in Quixada, Brazil.
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It was the oldest dam in Brazil, however, it became a "turtle cemetery".

Totally dry, the disappeared prey "Açude do Cedro" has more than 400 dead turtles.

The one-hundred-year-old dam, some 170 kilometers from Fortaleza, was one of the first important works to combat the drought undertaken by the Brazilian Government. However, it does not currently have a drop of water.

The "gravity" of the situation was announced recently by the zoologist Hugo Fernandes-Ferreira who initiated an urgent investigation on the impact of the problem.


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

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A new natural phenomenon associated this time to the stranding of millions of dead sardines was uncovered the afternoon this Thursday in the beach of the locality of Aucho in Quemchi.
The find has attracted the attention of the inhabitants of this coastal sector who did not hesitate to approach to the edge of the place to verify the situation.
Yohana Rodríguez, a tourist entrepreneur, said it was some visitors who first noticed the fish sighting on an entire stretch of the beach and intensified on Friday morning.
"The tourists found the surprise of this stranding of sardines and today we went to see how big it was and of course it was a lot of small sardines," explained the local entrepreneur.
The population of Auchao added that "if what was catching our attention days ago is that it was getting too much seagull".
The unusual phenomenon is already in the knowledge of the port captaincy of Quemchi that moved to the beach of Aucho to inform of this strange event in the coasts of the place.

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26th January 2017 - Hundreds of birds dying from disease in Washington, America
A recent outbreak of avian cholera has killed about 500 birds, many of them Mallard ducks, at the McNary National Wildlife Refuge. This group of ducks has found a small body of open water to congregate at the Tri-City Country Club golf course in Kennewick. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

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UPDATE: Avian cholera kills nearly 2,500 birds near Tri-Cities
Birds continue to die near Burbank from avian cholera, but the outbreak may be slowing. Tri-City Herald file

The dead bird toll from an avian cholera outbreak just east of the Tri-Cities is approaching 2,500 birds.
However, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service picked up fewer birds in the last three days, said Faye Healey, wildlife biologist for the Mid-Columbia River National Wildlife Refuge Complex. Collecting dead birds appears to be helping control the outbreak, she said.
Crews are picking up birds by their heads to make sure that the mucus characteristic of the disease does not spread into the wetland and leave bacteria. Birds are being incinerated soon after they are collected. Humans are not at high risk of infection.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service picked up 111 birds through the weekend and Monday on the McNary National Wildlife Refuge and the nearby river, Healey said.
Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife workers picked up about 375 birds at ponds on private property east of Burbank on Monday. They had collected about 1,100 birds there late last week and federal crews previously had collected about 850 dead birds in about a week.
Most of the dead birds collected are ducks, particularly the mallards common to the Mid-Columbia.
Avian cholera is caused by a bacteria that is highly contagious and spreads quickly through bird-to-bird contact, ingestion of food or water containing the bacteria, or scavenging of infected carcasses. Infected birds may be lethargic and swim in circles or fly erratically.
They may die within as little as six hours after infection.

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27th January 2017 - 3 dead whales and a dolphin wash up in Baja California, Mexico.
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1/27/2017 11:38 AM / Ensenada, Baja California Norte
Alert in the habitat of the vaquita, the world's most endangered marine mammal, of which only about 30 specimens remain, due to the death in the last days of three whales and a dolphin, due to the possible presence of the natural phenomenon known as tide Red

The findings were made in the Upper Gulf of California by personnel from the Federal Attorney's Office for Environmental Protection (Profepa), Navy Secretariat (Semar), Secretariat of National Defense (Sedena) and the Sea Shepherd group, among others.

The first specimen, an adult humpback whale, was found dead on January 19 at "Punta Estrella" 20 kilometers south of San Felipe, Baja California.
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The next day, on January 20, a specimen of the juvenile Common Whale juvenile whale was found, in an advanced state of decomposition, three kilometers northwest of the coast of San Felipe.

On the same day, another humpback whale was reported to be dead, at a juvenile stage, 12 kilometers northwest of Puerto de San Felipe.

In addition, a long, adult, highly decomposed dolphin was located one kilometer south of the Campo Las Arenas Fishing Club, also in San Felipe.

In a press release, Profepa indicated that according to the information that has been obtained so far and based on analyzes carried out by the Regional Unit for Protection against Sanitary Risks of the state government, one of the probable causes of the mortality of Marine mammals, is the presence of a natural phenomenon that cyclically affects the region by the blossoming of harmful algae, commonly known as red tide, which generates a paralyzing toxin that not only affects marine organisms, but also represents a risk to Human health.
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"This natural phenomenon consists in the proliferation of microalgae in high concentrations, caused by the presence of various natural factors in the aquatic environment, including salinity, temperature variability and food availability for these microalgae, which causes A boom or explosion of these and their congregation is so high that even the marine environment adopts a reddish coloration, characteristic of a red tide, "he explained.

Facing this situation, he announced that a sanitary closure was enacted in the San Felipe-Puertecitos and Alto Golfo area, as well as the temporary closure for the capture, commercialization and consumption of bivalve molluscs of the place.

He explained that because of the degree of decomposition that the specimens presented, "the investigating authorities could only take samples of feces and intestine of a humpback whale, as well as the surrounding water, which will be analyzed and shared the results once they are counted ".

The environmental authority recalled that in January 2015 a very intense red tide event occurred in the region, which resulted in the deaths of at least 5,000 birds and 56 dolphins, which, according to the investigations, consumed sardines, which In turn, had fed on the toxic microalga.
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Also, during 2015, the Federal Attorney's Office of Environmental Protection attended in the Upper Gulf of California two massive strides of define; The first case in January with 17 corpses and in March 92 dolphins and four dead sea lions.

In both cases, the specimens were found in an advanced state of decomposition and their death was associated with the red tide.

"Profepa, in coordination with the different bodies involved, will monitor this event in a timely manner, in order to determine and clarify the causes of death of these marine mammals. When they were thoroughly reviewed, no evidence of involvement was found By networks or other fishing gear, as well as by anthropogenic (human) activity, "he concluded without mentioning the risk of the diminished population of vaquita, a species in imminent danger of extinction.

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27th January 2017 - 3,700 dead birds found in the waters of Sacramento, America.

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DAVIS (CBS13) – Thousands of birds died suddenly in the Yolo Bypass last week. Wildlife specialists have spent the last three days picking up more than 3,700 dead bird carcasses from the shore.

“It’s just shocking to see that kind of die off,” said Laurence Campling, who saw the birds on the ground. “I’ve never seen anything with that amount of birds dead in one place! Easily hundreds of bodies, hundreds of birds all along the side of this flooded field.”

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28th January 2017 - 10,000+ pheasants to be killed due to avian flu in Lancashire, England.

An avian influenza prevention zone was declared on 6 December and would remain in place until February 28. It required owners to keep poultry and captive birds indoors or to take steps to separate them from wild birds.

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28th January 2017 - Masses of dead fish washing up again on beaches in Florida, America.

http://www.mysuncoast.com/news/local/use...dcc8f.html

Throughout Sarasota, going north into Manatee County and as far south as Venice, area beaches have been inundated with dead fish washing ashore.

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29th January 2017 - 400 dead monkeys found in the forests of Espirito Santo, Brazil.



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Monkeys die in forest of ES: suspicion of yellow fever
The cases of yellow fever in the region began with residents of the East of Minas Gerais and arrived in Espírito Santo.


In the Atlantic Forest of the Holy Spirit, where different species of monkeys lived in an uproar, silence remained. The disappearance of the monkeys attracted attention and residents and researchers from the Federal University of Espírito Santo. They found many dead animals in the forest. In one week they counted 400 dead monkeys of endangered species. The suspicion is that they may have been bitten by mosquitoes transmitting yellow fever. The cases of yellow fever in the region began in the East of Minas Gerais and arrived in Espírito Santo.

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