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Sea stars dying by the millions..

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« on: July 29, 2014, 17:26 PM »
I know this isn't about Spain, yet, but it will be: I've been receiving the daily updates from ENEnews since it started; God, it's sad and shameful, living in and assisting with the apocalypse. Anyway, if you want to or feel you should know abouty the effects of Fuklushima (and other nukes, but they've been concentrating on Fukushima) try these: http://tinyurl.com/mmfl8a8
CBS: This is really disturbing, sea stars dying by the millions on West Coast — Like the Black Death, only faster and deadlier — ‘Mystery plague’ affecting 20+ species — TV: Disappears from Orange County coast over 2 week period — Expert: “Largest epidemic ever in ocean… Something has changed in marine environment to lead to this”
http://tinyurl.com/mxzuogs
 Marine birds disappearing in Pacific Northwest — Significant ecological shift, crashes in many species — “Something’s happening on a big level, but what is it” — Herring problem may be far worse than revealed… result of contamination? Mexico suddenly bans bluefin tuna fishing, US may be next..
..and many more, day after day, about the agony of humans and all other animals due to Fuku.

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« Reply #1 on: August 04, 2014, 15:07 PM »
TV: Huge increase in dead and sick sea mammals on California coast — Unprecedented numbers, annual record broken in 7 months — Starving, drooling, brain damaged, suffering seizures — Sea lions ‘mysteriously’ vanishing on other side of Pacific — Experts: We don’t know what’s happening (VIDEO)
Stanford University, 2014: The new foe is domoic acid, a neurotoxin that can cause memory loss, tremors, convulsions and death [...] the sea lions develop a form of epilepsy [...] suffer brain damage [...] half are beyond help and have to be euthanized [...] Many more sea lions, as well as other sea animals, are believed to die in the open ocean of untreated seizures [...]
St. Petersburg Times, July 10, 2014: Sea Lion Population Vanishing in Russia’s Far East — The Steller sea lion [has seen a] mysterious population drop on Russia’s extreme eastern lands this year, researchers said. [They] established new reproductive rookeries [but] this summer, the number of new pups born at the rookeries was the lowest in more than 20 years [...] By the end of the sea lions’ reproductive season in early July, only 163 pups were born on the main colony [...] “The reasons for the sea lion population drop on the islands are unknown, and the decline in their number causes concern both among scientists who are studying it and among nature preserve employees,” the statement said.
http://tinyurl.com/kebjek8