Extinction level event? Global wildlife population declined by 60% over past 4 decades . . . Wake up world!

  • Why are millions of fish and marine creatures washing up dead on our shores daily?
  • Why are birds falling dead from the sky?
  • Why are poultry, wildlife, and land animals dying in such large numbers?
  • And what about the bees?
  • Are we on the eve of planetary destruction?

According to an alarming report from the World Wildlife Foundation and the Zoological Society of London in 2016, the global wildlife population has declined by nearly 60 percent over the past four decades This rate of decline is set to continue, so that by 2020, nearly two thirds of all living creatures on the planet will have died when compared with 1970 population levels.

Take a look around you and its bound to scare you. If this situation continues unabated, could it trigger a planetary extinction event?

In just four days in October, hundreds, thousands, and hundreds of thousands of birds (hens, seagulls, and other wild birds), fish, crayfish, crabs, shrimp, sharks, and even cattle, have been turning up dead in places around the world.

What is causing this massive die-off of creatures? Are the causes many or few? Or, is it just an unsolvable mystery?

Some say these are natural die offs. Others say chemtrails are the cause, while still others blame Fukushima. Or maybe it’s the result of pollution or climate change? Or maybe it’s a combination of all of the above and then some.

Well, whatever the cause or causes, birds, fish and animals are dying in massive numbers, all over the world today, and it would seem every day. One thing is for sure, these mass die-offs have been ongoing nonstop from the beginning of 2017 and well beyond.

What do you think is the cause of these massive die-offs around the world? Below is a sampling of only four-days in October – the 2nd to the 6th.  If all of this happened in only four days, you can just imagine what the rest of 2017 looks like.

  • 2 Oct 2017, River Barrow, Ireland
    Large numbers of dead freshwater crayfish found in River Barrow.  It’s been confirmed using DNA analysis that the cause of death was “Crayfish Plague.” It’s feared that if the disease spreads further, it will threaten the survival of the entire Irish population of this endangered species. Experience with the disease elsewhere is that it causes 100% mortality.
  • 3 Oct 2017, Mersin, Turkey
    Hundreds of dead fish wash ashore in Turkey on Silifke beach in Mersin. Resident Mustafa Çalışkan said, “We’ve never seen anything like this before, and we have no idea why the fish died.” There’s been no official statement.
  • 4 Oct 2017, Maharashtra, India 
    Thousands of dead fish and marine life, including dead stingrays, have been washing up along coast for the past three days, leaving marine biologists baffled. They have reports of fish, crabs and shrimp stranded on the coast near Alibaug. Low oxygen zones or severe toxicity in the water are being looked at.
  • 4 Oct 2017, Cape Town, South Africa 
    2 million dead birds in Cape Town, South Africa. Businesses near Wellington forced to cull hundreds of thousands of hens (550,000) in an effort to halt the spread of the deadly H5N8 virus. The birds often die faster than they can be killed.
  • 4 Oct 2017, Francisco Dumont, Brazil      
    Hundreds of dead fish, wild birds, and cattle in Francisco Dumont. Hundreds of fish, poultry, wild birds, and even cattle were found dead. Residents living on river bank have been advised not to drink water or consume fish from the river.
  • 5 Oct 2017, San Francisco, California, USA       
    As many as 2,000 sharks and other marine life have died in San Francisco Bay. Even though scientists believe whatever killed them is now spreading to other marine life, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife says determining the cause is not a priority. Huh!
  • 3 Oct 2017, Thua Thien-Hue, Vietnam     
    More than 34 tons of dead fish, a species of carp, died mysteriously in fish farms (from September 9 to October 3), and the number is increasing.
  • 5 Oct 2017, Jamestown, Kentucky, USA
    Thousands of dead fish washed ashore on lake in Wolfe Creek National Fish Hatchery in Jamestown, Kentucky. Officials say the fish died due to low oxygen levels in the water.
  • 5 Oct 2017, Marcia, Brazil 
    Massive fish die-off in lagoon in Marica.  Most of the fish were small, but there were some larger ones as well.
  • 6 Oct 2017, Galicia, Spain 
    Hundreds of seagulls dying on the coast of Galicia, mainly affecting the A Coruña coast between Malpica and Oleiros.
  • 6 Oct 2017, Telangana Lake, India
    Millions of dead fish found floating in a lake that allegedly died from chemical effluents released by pharmaceutical companies.

Once their gone, folks, we can’t get them back. That as they say is that! Extinction level events? You be the judge of that!

 

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