Why Are Millions Of Fish Suddenly Dying In Mass Death Events All Over The Planet?

Why Are Millions Of Fish Suddenly Dying In Mass Death Events All Over The Planet?

Why Are Millions Of Fish Suddenly Dying In Mass Death Events All Over The Planet?



Why Are Millions Of Fish Suddenly Dying In Mass Death Events All Over The Planet?

Michael Snyder

Millions upon millions of fish are suddenly dying in mass death events all over the world, and nobody seems to know why it is happening.  In many of the news reports that are linked to below, locals are quoted as saying that they have never seen anything like this before.  So is there a connection between all of the fish deaths that are now occurring all over the planet?

If there is a connection, is there anything that we can do to stop the fish die-off?  Sadly, because the big mainstream news networks in the United States have been virtually silent about this phenomenon, most Americans have absolutely no idea that it is happening.  Millions of fish are dying in mass death events every single month and most of the public is totally clueless.

Please share the list posted below with as many people as you can.  This list was originally started by Frank DiMora, but I have edited it and expanded it.  If there were just three or four items on this list, you could dismiss these news stories as coincidences, but taken together this list really is quite startling…

-July 18, 2013: 20 acres of fish ponds full of dead fish in Shandong, China

-July 18, 2013: Hundreds of dead Stingrays wash ashore in Veracruz, Mexico

-July 18, 2013: 10,000 lbs of dead fish found in a lake in Nanjing, China

-July 18, 2013: Thousands of fish dead from “lack of rain” in Sugar Lake, Missouri

-July 18, 2013: Large numbers of fish washing up on the shores of Lake Michigan

-July 19, 2013: 2,000 dead fish found in a lake in Vollsmose, Denmark

-July 19, 2013: Hundreds of fish turning up dead in Holter Lake, Montana

-July 19, 2013: THOUSANDS OF TONS of fish have died in Lake Tondano, Indonesia

-July 20, 2013: 3,000 fish found dead in a creek in Madison County, Ohio

-July 21, 2013: Hundreds of fish found dead in a creek in Laille, France

-July 22, 2013: Hundreds of dead fish found in Lake George, Massachusetts

-July 22, 2013: Large fish kill at Grand Lake in St. Marys, Ohio

-July 23, 2013: Hundreds of dead fish in a park pond in Youngstown, Ohio

-July 24, 2013: Massive fish kill washes up in a lagoon in Venice, Italy

-July 24, 2013: Thousands of dead fish in Lake Bulwell causes shock in Nottingham, England

-July 24, 2013: 30,000 fish dying PER DAY in fish farms in Ratchaburi Province, Thailand

-July 24, 2013: Masses of dead fish found in River Lea in England

-July 24, 2013: Hundreds of dead fish found in Provo River, Utah

-July 25, 2013: Hundreds of fish found dead in a park pond in Birmingham, England

-July 26, 2013: Hundreds of thousands of fish dying from “red tide” in South Korea

-July 26, 2013: Thousands of dead fish found floating in River Dender, Ath, Belgium

-July 26, 2013: Mass fish die-off in a river in Moscow, Russia

-July 26, 2013: 25,000 dead fish “is a mystery” in Pittville Lake in Gloucestershire, England

-July 26, 2013: 20,000 fish die along a 5 mile stretch of river in Jiangshan, China

-July 27, 2013: 10,000 dead fish found in Lake Ariel, Pennsylvania

-July 27, 2013: Mass death of fish “is a mystery” in a river in Skane, Sweden

-July 27, 2013: Large fish kill in the Bahlui river, “cause unknown” in Romania

-July 28, 2013: 1100 King Salmon found dead in a river in Petersburg, Alaska

-July 29, 2013: Hundreds of dead fish wash ashore “due to pollution” on beach in Veracruz, Mexico

-July 29, 2013: 7 TONS of dead fish recovered from the Keelung river in Taiwan

-July 29, 2013: Thousands of fish die “due to heat and storms” in Handsworth Park, Birmingham, England

-July 31, 2013: 3 TONS of fish die due to “lack of oxygen” in a river in Pilsen, Czech Republic

-August 2, 2013: Thousands of fish dying all over Alaska

-August 6, 2013: Up to 1000 lbs of dead fish washed ashore in Ylane, Finland

-August 6, 2013: 840 dead Salmon found in a creek in Port Coquitlam, Canada

-August 6, 2013: Hundreds of dead fish lining the shore of a pond in Toronto, Canada

-August 6, 2013: 100,000 fish die in the Arkansas River

-August 7, 2013: Thousands of dead fish found floating in a river in Hangzhou, China

-August 8, 2013: Tons of fish washed up on the shores of Karachi, Pakistan

-August 8, 2013: Tens of thousands of fish dying in lakes and rivers all over the U.K.

And remember, the list compiled above represents less than a one month period.  The truth is that we have been seeing massive fish die-offs all over the globe month after month.

So why is this happening?

Is there anything we can do to stop it?

I would love to hear what you think.  Please feel free to share your opinion by posting a comment below…

About the author: Michael T. Snyder is a former Washington D.C. attorney who now publishes The Truth.  His new novel entitled “The Beginning Of The End is now available on Amazon.com.

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Comments

  1. says

    Rain water runoff from the confirmed aquatic devastating effects of GMO crops and weed killer/insecticides that are also highly suspect of the huge increase of cancer in the US and other crop laden nations.

  2. says

    To get a valid explanation from the reader public . I think more information is needed . Like at what point did the die offs start . Is there a coincidental event that started around the same time? Ie. Fukushima , new pestacides ?

  3. Noel Johnson says

    DON'T FORGET COREXIT. The BP-Halliburton Saga continues. The Gulf Stream affects the entire Atlantic hydrotone. The U.S. Coast Guard is tasked by the POTUS with interdiction, boarding, and seizure of ANY vessels entering "private leasehold waters" surrounding drill rigs ANYWHERE – even in International Waters. Refer to the circumstances surrounding the research vessels operated by the University of Florida. This kind of outrage is happening NOW, and YOU WILL NEVER SEE IT DOCUMENTED. EVER.

  4. says

    Wayne Zuccarello Is this a reputable website? I don't believe everything I read on the internet. Never heard of Banoosh before now. I am going to look for more reporting on this. Good question, Ben.

  5. says

    A common cause of fish mortality events is lack of oxygen, caused by high temperatures combined with too many nutrients in the water (pollution) which leads to algal blooms (when the algae die off and decompose this consumes oxygen). I clicked on some of the reports (and had heard about the Venice event when it happened) and some mention exceptional heat. Several parts of the globe are suffering from heat waves this summer. New national heat records were set in recent days in Japan and Austria, China is also suffering a major heat wave – I posted on this on my Facebook page.

  6. Katherine Agard says

    Joel Hamburger – The links they have listed at the end of the story take you to stories from well known media organizations such as Reuters, National Post, and several local US tv stations.

  7. says

    Why are people being negative – some responses here are from people who know what they are talking about. Self-awareness and maturity could really benefit the whole of humanity.

  8. says

    This would explain waterways that are above sea level, or not connected with the oceans directly (fish farms, etc.) Monsanto is killing the bees, stopping the natural reproductive forces of our main food sources by making these plants infertile. The toxic neonicotinoids, and the fungicides are incredibly prevalent everywhere. Why would fish be immune to their poisons?

  9. Steve Booth says

    With the current pole shift taking place, the earth's core is heating up and heating up the oceans and the planet. Along with the comments below, of pollution, this could be a major factor.

  10. says

    there must be many causes so they have to be linked together by an investigative team. Rising temperatures, low rainfall, radioactive fall out from Fukushima, ongoing highly radioactive water leaking from Fukushima, pesticides… There is a long list I am sure.

  11. Kim Stoodley says

    Here's another one for your list… Bathurst, New Brunswick, Canada. Youghall Beach as well as Beresford beach. YESTERDAY!

  12. Buddy Dorman says

    It's not just the water current spreading the radioactive water. Every living thing that drinks the water will become radioactive and when they fall prey to their predator … well, they become infected, too.

  13. says

    I went through reading and I've seen: fracking, pesticides, fertilizers, algal blooms, radioactivity, global warming, corexit, and runoff from abandoned drill sites. Ill add runoff from construction, plastics, and I know our atmosphere is linked to our waters. LET's just say its a combination, quite a clusterfuck of 'i-don't-give-a-fuck-about-fish'.

  14. says

    I notice most are in lakes or in land water rivers and one along the Gulf of Mexico, which is more enclosed that the oceans (they're probably next). In the north east U.S. they found a long time ago the inland water was too acid and will not support fish. I think it's acid rain accumulation that is from burning fossil fuels and it's killing us all, so the oceans and people are next, unless we stop using these fuels immediately.

  15. Linda A says

    I think the question was a rhetorical one meant to get us to PAY ATTENTION to what is Happening all around us

  16. Linda A says

    Poking, Drilling, Fracking, spewing pollutants into the air, water and land.. chemical sprays.. blahblahblahblahblah.. what was the question?

    >> Human Arrogance + Human Ignorance.

  17. Linda A says

    Acidification (caused by the above) of our oceans and waterways
    > Heating up of our oceans and waterways
    > Changes in Ocean currents caused by oil spills..

    >>> Mother Nature strikes back. Too bad she can't be more selective.

  18. David Charlton says

    The only comment here that isn't based on general hysteria and "I hate big business" mentality. Great answer with some thought and research involved too. Rare.

  19. Noel Johnson says

    If you want to know what the definition of a "hydrotone" is… google "ecotone"…. then add the prefix "Hydro" …. for the long version : "hydro-ecotone" … or you could use the prefix "pelagic" …. meaning "of the open ocean" …. either way, I shortened it to "hydrotone".

  20. Jerome Turner says

    People always get so stoked about sunny weather. I've heard so many people living in the Vancouver say they're excited about setting the record for consecutive days without rain … sounds awfully like a drought to me.

  21. says

    In an interview with a prominent scientist with NPR, he was asked "why is the global temperature not rising as fast as predicted by most global warming portenders , and his answer was: the oceans have a great capacity to absorb heat, and actually do when there is a need; they act as temperature regulators. However that capacity, like everything on earth has limits, and when those limits are breached, then Earth's temperature will make a quantum, and possibly an irreversible and catastrophic, leap. That would probably but indirectly answer the question of en mass fish kills. Alas it is a indicator of more ominous things to come.

  22. Joe Manchik says

    ̿ ̿ ̿|̿ ̿ HINK ABOUT IT . . . . .
    The three nuclear power plants that melted down at Fukushima continue to dump THE EQUIVALENT OF 112 HIROSHIMA NUCLEAR BOMBS WORTH OF RADIATION INTO OUR ENVIRONMENT EVERY DAY! We now have extremely radioactive rain falling from the sky worldwide, especially in the Northern hemisphere. Do you think that maybe THAT might have something to do with it? Think about it.

  23. says

    Kevin King other forms of gas mining do take place in the ocean, however. Think Bechtel projects in gladstone and off the coast of Australia, now fringing on the Great Barrier Reef. But yeah… good comment.

  24. says

    Kevin King Fracking is pumping hundreds of chemicals into the ground causing mini earthquakes allowing those chemicals to seep into groundwater finding their way into soil and rivers flowing out into the ocean.

  25. says

    The Fukushima disaster is a still deteriorating event which should cause global concern as it will continue to have global consequences. Radioactive contaminated water is leaking into the ocean daily. The heat waves probably do play some part. There probably is no single cause, but this is definitely not something that should be ignored. We should stop pretending we have no alternatives to fossil fuels and start taking better care of the planet if we don't want humans to start mysteriously dying off by the millions.

  26. says

    Likely story. It makes more sense that its the Navy Sonar weapon testing. They talk about it on the Animal planet documentary when they discovered that mermaid species body wash up with a bunch do dead beached whales

  27. says

    I dnt know if dis is ryt comment but before the tsunami jit in Japan ders a lot of whales died in coast of part of Australia.I dnt know ders a dissasters again that kills lots of pipols..Pls.pray…

  28. says

    Fish are much more than just animals in the sea or sea-food. They hold insight in future events and are connected to cosmic energies and flows we can not understand.. Fish are silent because they need no voice to speak. They are prophets of time and by dying they are simply showing us the present and future of our planet, telling a silent story of fish and men.

  29. Shelagh Shemama Bell-Irving says

    Radiation from Fuckushima, Chemtrail rain full of chemicals are the first 2 that come to mind….we are being sprayed with toxins from planes like we are bugs. LOOK UP ^^^

  30. Peter Shanagin Sr says

    i think we need to look at the earth quake that spilled all that nuk waist in the sea it is bound to kill lots

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