Ok, I can no longer ignore the increasing number of massive animal deaths in recent news.
The first to catch my eye was the story of 5,000 blackbirds falling from the sky in a town of Little Rock, which is a little unsettling on its own, but then I read about the 100,000 fish that died around the same time in a town a little more than 100 miles away.
I am normally not one to jump to conclusions, in fact I am normally an advocate for not jumping, but to be honest my first thought was something like: “wow, that’s a little suspicious”.
After reading what the “experts” said about the deaths of these animals, it didn’t really ease my mind; in fact it made me more worried. Many scientists claim that the event is not unique but they are the same ones who have no idea what caused the birds and fish and pelicans to die.
So I guess the only thing they know for sure is that mass amounts of birds or fish have died in the past. Let us not forget they still have no definitive cause for the animal’s deaths.
It’s not just the fish either. Jellyfish and starfish have been found dead, along with over 70 bats dropping dead in Arizona.