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Biological Hazard in Canada on December 28 2016 04:14 AM (UTC).

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 Cinnamon    16,147

A marine mystery is confounding residents of southwest Nova Scotia who are watching thousands of dead fish, starfish, crabs, clams, scallops and lobster wash up on the shore. Residents of Plympton, a small community in Digby County, say they have been finding dead herring on the shore of St. Mary's Bay for more than a month, but recently other marine life has started washing up dead. Dead fish have also been found on the shores of the Annapolis Basin. "We started finding starfish, crabs, flounder. We found ocean perch and then yesterday we started finding scallops on the beach and like I said everything's dead... we'd like to know what's going on," said Karl Cole. "It's just really sad to see, you know, hundreds of starfish, shellfish.

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http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/database/?pageid=event_desc&edis_id=BH-20161228-56538-CAN

More and more dead things washing up all over the place. 

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 Ukshep    14,374
17 minutes ago, Cinnamon said:

A marine mystery is confounding residents of southwest Nova Scotia who are watching thousands of dead fish, starfish, crabs, clams, scallops and lobster wash up on the shore. Residents of Plympton, a small community in Digby County, say they have been finding dead herring on the shore of St. Mary's Bay for more than a month, but recently other marine life has started washing up dead. Dead fish have also been found on the shores of the Annapolis Basin. "We started finding starfish, crabs, flounder. We found ocean perch and then yesterday we started finding scallops on the beach and like I said everything's dead... we'd like to know what's going on," said Karl Cole. "It's just really sad to see, you know, hundreds of starfish, shellfish.

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http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/database/?pageid=event_desc&edis_id=BH-20161228-56538-CAN

More and more dead things washing up all over the place. 

Yeh..... gasses release under the ocean from quakes... mass die offs again.... all roads point to a big one coming!

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 Zimix99    713
17 minutes ago, Ukshep said:

Yeh..... gasses release under the ocean from quakes... mass die offs again.... all roads point to a big one coming!

This makes the most sense - So much activity recently. All those rumbling super volcanoes.. I told my friend about it, Did everything to convince him it's happening "Looks normal to me" -__________-

 

Every time i hear about the water in and around Canada though, I can't help but think of that mysterious "pinging" thing closer to the arctic, Probably unrelated though.

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The only biological hazard in Canada is Islamic DNA.

 

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