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    It's now tuna crabs washing ashore: West coast mass extinction!

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    Post by Lobo Sun 11 Oct 2015, 5:24 pm

    Saturday, 10 October 2015


    It's now tuna crabs washing ashore: West coast mass extinction! Tuna crabs join the list of wales, walrus, fur seals, sea lions, sea otters, dolphins, birds, fish, mussels, crabs and starfish dead or dying




    It's now tuna crabs washing ashore: West coast mass extinction! Imrs

    Is El Nino causing tuna crabs to wash ashore in Monterey, or is it something else?
    latest in string of strange animal behaviors along coast
    Another mystery is developing along the west coast of America.
    This week tuna crabs started washing ashore by the thousands along the beaches near Monterey.
    The problem is that tuna crabs are rarely seen this far north, the water is usually too cold.
    It comes a couple of months since the same thing happened further south around San Diego.
    This is just the latest in a string of strange animal behaviour this year along that coast.
    Sharks and whales have been seen in large numbers closer to shore than normal
    Experts are blaming the reason on El-Nino and that maybe so but....the strange deaths and behaviour of marine life and birds along the west coast is now entering it's 5th year, a full four years or 48 months before this El-Nino.
    It started off in 2011 when divers discovered thousands of dead starfish around the waters of Seattle, that count soon escalated into millions.
    almost immediately oysters and scallops were reported as dying by the billions.
    In 2012 fishermen began complaining bluefin tuna and sardine had all but vanished, since then reports of wales, walrus, fur seals, sea lions, sea otters, dolphins, birds, fish, mussels, crabs and starfish have been reported regularly as washing up dead or dying along the west coast of North America from Mexico all the way to Alaska.
    Just this week alone The Big Wobble reported: Endangered fur seals are the latest Species dying on Californian beaches...
    Sea otters are the latest species dying in record numbers Sea otters are the latest species to add to the list of dying marine life and birds along the massive north American coastline stretching all the...
    The so called 'experts' are apparently baffled as to the cause of these deaths, with some saying the water is too warm, some saying the waters are too cold and many blaming the problem on a large toxic algae bloom......none of these however would last for nearly five years on such a vast scale, many people who read this blog and millions more who don't are screaming...."FUKUSHIMA!" and the experts are surely listening and that makes this whole scenario a little bit odd because I have not read anything on mainstream media or the Internet from any so called expert or government spokesman denying or confirming that Fukushima radiation is responsible for these highly strange deaths of billions of creatures!
    http://www.thebigwobble.org/2015/10/its-now-tuna-crabs-washing-ashore-west.html?utm_source=BP_recent

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