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Mass Animal Deaths

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While everyone is busy talking politics and other assorted "Important" issues of the day, animals are dropping dead all over the planet.  This is very disturbing and a clear indication as to just how sick our planet really is.

 

Juvenile green sea turtles are washing up on local beaches — dead or in distress — at an alarming rate this year, experts say.

The Clearwater Marine Aquarium has picked up more than 129 dead and 93 living sea turtles since Feb. 3, more than the total number of dead specimens collected during all of 2015.

http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/breaking-news/os-green-sea-turtle-dead-distress-20160222-story.html

 

An estimated 150,000 Adelie penguins living in Antarctica have died after an iceberg the size of Rome became grounded near their colony, forcing them to trek 60km to the sea for food.

The penguins of Cape Denison in Commonwealth Bay used to live close to a large body of open water. However, in 2010 a colossal iceberg measuring 2,900 square kilometres became trapped in the bay, rendering the colony effectively landlocked.

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/feb/13/150000-penguins-killed-after-giant-iceberg-renders-colony-landlocked

 

Scientists are investigating the mysterious die-off of dozens of monkeys in Central America, including the possibility that they have contracted Zika or another virus that could be passed to humans.

In recent months, around 40 howler monkeys have been found dead or dying in the tropical rainforests of Nicaragua. The animals have all had relatively full stomachs and no obvious signs of trauma. Experts fear there may be many more cases that have not been reported. 

“Wild animals die off all the time, but it is really unusual to see this many deaths in such a short time with no apparent reason,” said Kim Williams-Guillen, a conservation Ph.D. who has been researching in Nicaragua’s jungles since 1999. “I have never seen anything like it.”

http://www.pri.org/stories/2016-02-11/theres-monkey-die-underway-central-america-and-scientists-are-concerned-it-may-be

 

‘Unprecedented disaster’ for Hong Kong fish farmers: deadly red tide kills 36 tonnes of stock

Government launches emergency relief fund as mariculture industry is estimated to have lost more than HK$100 million in a month.

http://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/health-environment/article/1909196/unprecedented-disaster-hong-kong-fish-farmers

 

Here is a site that lists most of the major animal deaths ...if you are interested.

http://www.end-times-prophecy.org/animal-deaths-birds-fish-end-times.html

 

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Animals have been dying for a while now its nothing new. Not having a go or attacking. I'm just trying to put it across that its past the point of no return due to the numbers dying. I do not know whats causing it for sure. But at this point i don't think it matters any more. It will continue. Species may go extinct. We will carry on unless we end it all before then. But eventually it will impact us hard.

The largest virus on planet earth....... Humans! f*** us all.

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The largest virus on planet earth....... Humans! f*** us all.

UKshep said it : The largest virus on planet earth....... Humans!

In all this time Humans have only excelled at two things — global warfare and lying to your own species.. O and getting drunk and making more Humans..

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2 hours ago, Ukshep said:

Animals have been dying for a while now its nothing new. Not having a go or attacking. I'm just trying to put it across that its past the point of no return due to the numbers dying. I do not know whats causing it for sure. But at this point i don't think it matters any more. It will continue. Species may go extinct. We will carry on unless we end it all before then. But eventually it will impact us hard.

The largest virus on planet earth....... Humans! f*** us all.

There is an infection amongst the civilized people.

The animals that need to die off are all bipedal and dangerous to those who believe mankind will continue to evolve and develop upwardly.

Unfortunately, the mass extinction of those primates that would harm humanity seems unlikely by natural selection.

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