Well it seems the mass deaths of animals all over the globe continues — despite the fact that it halted for a bit. Millions of dead fish, including sardines and other small fish washed up dead overnight in the harbor area of Redondo Beach, California, just south of Los Angeles on Tuesday, March 8, 2011.
Local television news footage showed the mass of dead fish, said by a police spokesman to be about a foot deep on the surface, choking the waters in and around dozens of private boat slips in the King Harbor Marina.
Biologists have concluded that the fish died from oxygen deprivation after being driven by a storm into a closed-off pier area. California department of Fish and Game spokesman Andrew Hughan told Reuters, “”It looks like they just swam in the wrong direction and ended up in a corner of the pier that doesn’t have any free-flowing oxygen in it.”
“There’s nothing that appears to be out of sorts, no oil sheen no chemicals, no sign of any kind of illegal activity,” Hughan said. “As one fisherman just told me, this is natural selection.”
Biologists and scientists alike can assign rational explanations to the deaths of millions of animals around the globe (although the cause of death of some animals is still unknown), but I believe there is something much bigger going on here. This is either the Apocalypse coming near (possibly in 2012), or the reversal of the magnetic poles has caused confusion in the animals, further increasing animal deaths. Yes, there are rational explanations available to explain how they died, but why did they die? There has to be some sort of theory to connect all the animal deaths around the globe, yet none exists at the moment — most of the theories have originated from speculation, because after all, the human race is not able to fully comprehend the work of god — or the government.
More astonishing images of the fishes can be found on MSNBC’s PhotoBlog.