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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaotic Harmony View Post
    One article I was reading seemed to want to blame it on the extreme cold temperatures.... :rolli:
    Sure, it makes rational sense that masses of birds show evidence of physical trauma from being cold. [/sarcasm]

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    Birds, fish, and now...crabs.

    40,000 crabs join slew of animal death mysteries

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    If the end of the world is nigh, at least I will not have to worry about the future.

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    Timeline of Events

    December 2010: thousands of dead crabs washed up along Kent coast

    30 December: up to 100,000 dead drum fish over a 20-mile stretch of the Arkansas River, 200km northwest of Little Rock discovered

    31 December 2010: 3,000 of red-winged blackbirds rained from sky in Arkansas town of Bebe.

    3 January 2011: 500 dead and dying red-winged-blackbirds fell into Louisiana highway in Pointe Coupee Parish

    3 January: 40,000 dead ‘devil crabs’ washed up on Thanet beaches in Kent

    4 January 2011: 100 jackdaw birds found lying dead on the road in Falkoping, Southeastern Sweden.

    4 January: hundreds of dead eyeless snapper washed up on numerous Coromandel Peninsula beaches

    5 January: several hundred birds found dead in Western Kentucky

    5 January: 200 birds found dead on highway bridge in Texas

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    Google map tracking mass animal deaths:

    http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UT...,319.21875&z=1


    Some of these are rather unusual, but let's not forget that more wild animals tend to die in the winter.

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    Wonder if there's any way they can through autopsy, confirm actual time of death of wildlife. That timeline would be based on when found, which would be later or much later.

    But masses of ocean dwelling animal deaths aren't unusual since temperature affects them harshly. That is, unless they're showing physical trauma like the birds in Arkansas and nowhere in any of the stories was there any reference to this.

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