There is an enormous uptick in mass animal die-offs around the world, now known as “unusual mortality events,” that concerns and puzzles scientists. With Planet X (Nibiru) in the home stretch, a new normal comment frequently heard around the world these days is “Never saw anything like it before!”
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One common cause for mass die-offs is low levels of oxygen. What could cause a sudden onslaught of low oxygen levels in air and water? The answer is methane.
The Zetas of ZetaTalk say that stretch zones and areas experiencing stress due to rock under compression fracturing, release methane gas into the air and water. Methane gas not only lowers the oxygen level in water, but it also incites an increase in various bacteria.
It is also interesting to note that as fish, birds, and animals die off, jellyfish populations along the world's coastlines increase. Jellyfish like warmer waters and survive best in nutrient-rich, "oxygen-poor" water. Hmmm!
The Zetas say that the heating of earth's core is causing the waters of the world to warm. Recently, in Sweden, a swarm of moon jellyfish from the Baltic Sea were sucked into the cooling pipes of a nuclear power plant shutting down one of three units for four days.
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A sampling of recent die-offs
- Australia: In July, raptors (black kites) fell dead from the sky in north Queensland, Australia and dead humpbacks turned up Fraser Island and Cathedral Beach in Australia. On the same day in July, dead fish and stingrays turned up in Trinidad, Mexico, and Michigan in the US.
- Canada: In July, thousands of fish – Yellow perch, rock bass, black crappy and a few other species – were discovered belly up in Grenadier Pond in Toronto.
- Canada: Just one month after a diver alerted Vancouver Aquarium staff to dozens of dead sea stars (starfish) in the waters near Whytecliff Park, BC, the invertebrates appear to have completely disappeared. A videos shows sea stars disintegrating into white goo. Similar large sea star die-offs are occurring along the US East coast.
- US, Florida: The large numbers of marine animals – dolphins, manatees, and pelicans – dying in Indian River Lagoon continues to increase. The “unusual mortality event” puzzles scientists.
- US Atlantic Coast Dolphins: As the epidemic killing mid-Atlantic bottlenose dolphins enters its fourth month, the body count has passed 600, with Virginia seeming to be the hardest hit state.
- US, California: In September in Truckee, there was massive die-off of hundreds and hundreds of lake trout and Kokanee in Tahoe National Forest, The oxygen level in the lake was lower than what fish need to survive.
- US, Oregon: In September, thousands of swallows died in the Willamette Valley in Portland, groups of 10 to 200 dead and dying swallows in barns and other structures where they perch.