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Re: Animal Die Offs and Unusual Animal Behavior (due to earth changes?)
« Reply #151 on: December 23, 2013, 08:07:37 AM »
http://www.kolotv.com/home/headlines/Hundreds-of-Fish-Die-at-Sparks-Marina-236953801.html4


Thousands of dead fish washed up on the shores of the Sparks Marina Sunday

SPARKS, Nev. -- Over the course of 48 hours, thousands of dead fish have washed up on the shores of the Sparks Marina and it's leaving scientist puzzled.

Each year, the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDWO) puts thousands of trout into the Marina along with catfish and bass, but now some of them have ended up in piles on the shore.

"If this happened in August, no one would even bat an eyelash; you'd know what was going on, it'd be high water temperatures, low water oxygen content in the water. Why it's happening now is the mystery of it," Chris Healy, NDOW representative, said.

After testing the water, a biologist has determined that low oxygen levels in the water is the cause, but the question lies on what's depriving the man-made lake of its oxygen.

"There are thousands upon thousands, maybe to a million fish in this place, so losing a couple of thousand isn't a major deal, but losing the oxygen out of the water is the mystery," he added.

The good news is, it's only happening in the shallow parts of the lake near the cove, so it's still safe to fish and eat them.

"It doesn't mean the water's bad quality, it just means something happened inside the water the plants that grow inside, use oxygen and things like that," said Healy. "We're going to get to the bottom of this. It doesn't seem to be any reason for an advisory that the fish are not edible."

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SPARKS--The Nevada Department of Wildlife is dealing with a fish kill at the Sparks Marina.

“It looks like we have thousands of fish who have died,” says NDOW Fisheries Biologist Chris Crookshanks. “Trout, bass and even catfish have perished in the past 24 hours.”

Crews are on scene now cleaning up the dead fish.

Chris Healy with the Department of Wildlife says it appears low oxygen levels may be the reason behind the kill, but official water tests are still pending.

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Re: Animal Die Offs and Unusual Animal Behavior (due to earth changes?)
« Reply #152 on: February 04, 2014, 06:39:22 AM »
Yowbarb Note: In his video this AM, suspicious0bservers stated that there was a 95% die-off rate among star fish in a certain area. He posted up the RSOE Map.
Below is that summary. He mentioned unusual flows of water too warm for the organisms...due to a "stuck low pressure system... Alaska shattering heat records. Illustration last photo below.
I put a green arrow to indicate the biologic hazard symbol on the RSOE Map.
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At first I thought suspicious0bservers was hinting at radiation from Fukushima as the main cause of die offs. Maybe he was. 95% die offs of starfish. He said unusually warm water pouring into the area has caused pathogens to proliferate. This is wiping out the local startfish and who knows what else.

http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/site/index.php?pageid=event_summary&edis_code=BH-20140204-42559-MLC

Event date: 04:15:19 AM 04/02/2014
Event: Biological Hazard
Country: MultiCountries
State: USA, Canada
Area: Coastal regions
City:
Short details: In recent months, millions of starfish have been mysteriously dying along the U.S. west coast, worrying biologists who say the sea creatures are key to the marine ecosystem. The alarming mass deaths ...

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« Reply #153 on: February 27, 2014, 06:53:12 AM »
[For seabirds near France, the recent powerful storms and colder temperatures have proved too much.
Thousands have washed up on the shores, dead.] -  suspicious0bservers 27 Feb 2014  source RSOE
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« Reply #154 on: March 01, 2014, 08:28:08 AM »
In today's video by suspicious0bservers he mentions a large die-off of frogs in Ireland.
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http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/index2.php

Event date: 04:54:48 AM 01/03/2014  (March 01)
Event: Biological Hazard
Country: Ireland
State: Co Kildare
Area: Curragh area
City:
Short details: Hundreds of dead frogs have been reportedly found in a lake in the Curragh (County Kildare, Leinster Province). Water samples were collected yesterday - 25 Feb 2014 - after an estimated 250 to 300 ...

http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/site/index.php?pageid=event_summary&edis_code=BH-20140301-42857-IRL

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« Reply #155 on: March 04, 2014, 02:00:08 PM »
One of my Facebook friends shared this. At first I assumed this was man - made pollution but will have to read it more closely. High CO2 levels...This is BC.
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http://www.pqbnews.com/news/247092381.html    http://tinyurl.com/n569voa

10 million scallops are dead; Qualicum company lays off staff

by  John Harding - Parksville Qualicum Beach News

posted Feb 25, 2014 at 9:00 AM— updated Feb 25, 2014 at 3:44 PM

10 million scallops were just killed by ocean acidification in British Colombia. CO2 levels have increased dramatically in the waters of the Georgia Strait, forcing pH levels to 7.3 from their norm of 8.1 or 8.2. As we dump more CO2 into the ocean, water becomes more acidic, which makes it harder for shellfish like scallops to build their shells. For marine life and seafood lovers alike, this is devastating news, and a sad glimpse of things to come... unless we get our acts together and cut back on CO2 emissions. Which we can certainly do, with clean energy. 

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« Reply #156 on: March 04, 2014, 02:24:09 PM »
They sure hate to use the word "Fukushima" don't they?  With 300 tons of radioactive water going into the Pacific every day, into the Japanese current which makes a northeast loop past the Aleutian Islands and down the Alaskan coast right to BC and Washington. 

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« Reply #157 on: March 05, 2014, 06:28:11 AM »
They sure hate to use the word "Fukushima" don't they?  With 300 tons of radioactive water going into the Pacific every day, into the Japanese current which makes a northeast loop past the Aleutian Islands and down the Alaskan coast right to BC and Washington.

Montanabarb, good point. Fukushima crossed my mind, too but was in a hurry to post and had to leave...

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« Reply #158 on: May 27, 2015, 10:53:42 PM »
New Town Hall Member Ruth told me about a huge die off of antelope in Russia.
Tomorrow she may post about it here...or I will since she is already helping out a lot in other projects for Marshall...
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« Reply #159 on: October 29, 2016, 12:10:06 AM »
When Global Moderator Jimfarmer posts his NEWS Topics each AM, there is almost always news of an animal attack on humans. Today was no exception.
SOTT.net, Times of India - Woman tourist attacked by wild gaur dies

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« Reply #160 on: December 10, 2017, 11:47:58 AM »
https://www.sott.net/article/344243-Big-spike-in-dog-attacks-on-people-and-domestic-animals-over-six-months-for-Tauranga-New-Zealand

Big spike in dog attacks on people and domestic animals over six months for Tauranga, New Zealand

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« Reply #161 on: December 10, 2017, 11:48:09 AM »
Yowbarb Note: A lot of the dog bite fatalities are pits. Some German Shepherds or Mastiffs.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fatal_dog_attacks_in_the_United_States#Fatalities_reported_in_2017  Note: incomplete

https://www.dogsbite.org/dog-bite-statistics-fatalities-2017.php Note: Eleven.  Several more not added to list, yet. ongoing list see, http://blog.dogsbite.org/

2017 dog bite fatalities ::
It often takes several weeks to identify fatal dog attack parameters.1 This is why recent dog bite fatalities may not appear on this page. In the interim, please visit the DogsBite.org blog.

2017 victims
Fatal pit bull attack, Logan Braatz
Logan Braatz
6-years old | Atlanta, Georgia
Logan Braatz, 6-years old, was brutally killed by up to three dogs while walking to a school bus stop with a group of children. The dogs, a pit bull, pit bull-mix and unidentified breed, also critically injured 5-year old Syrai Sanders -- the dogs severed her scalp from her skull. Both children were transported to Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Egleston. Logan was transferred to Grady Memorial Hospital's trauma unit, where he died. Aerial footage from a news chopper captured the horrific aftermath of the attack, showing clothing and other items strewn across the area of the attack. Multiple adult witnesses provided chilling accounts about what happened that morning. The owner of the two pit bulls suspected in the attack, Cameron Tucker, 31, was arrested and charged with two counts of misdemeanor reckless conduct, and later, one count of felony involuntary manslaughter. A judge later reduced the charges to misdemeanor manslaughter. [source citations]

Date of death:   January 17, 2017   Chained:   No
Breed of dog:   Pit bull and pit bull-mix
Unknown (1)   Relationship to dog:   Non-family
Sex of dog:   Unknown   Owner of dog:   Neighbor
Spay/Neuter:   Unknown   Multiple dogs:   Yes
On/Off property:   Off   Criminal charges:   Yes
Fatal dog attack, Skylar Dean Julius
Skylar Julius
2-months old | San Marcos, Texas
Skylar Julius, 2-months old, was killed by the family dog. Animal control impounded a German shepherd that was inside the home. On January 17, police and EMS were dispatched to a home on Sagewood Trail for a report of a baby with "numerous animal bites." The infant was transported to a local hospital, where she was pronounced dead. San Marcos Police Department Commander Kelly Earnest said the father told police he fell asleep while the baby was napping in an infant bouncer next to him on the couch. He woke up about 20 minutes later and found her cold to the touch, unresponsive and injured. The family had owned the male dog for more than 8-years and had raised the dog since it was a puppy, she said. The family said the dog did not have a history of aggression. San Marcos Police Department later stated in a news release, "there was not enough probable cause to obtain a warrant for blood tests on the father for drugs or alcohol. The father would not consent to testing for drugs or alcohol." [source citations]

Date of death:   January 17, 2017   Chained:   No
Breed of dog:   German shepherd   Relationship to dog:   Family
Sex of dog:   Male   Owner of dog:   Parents
Spay/Neuter:   Unknown   Multiple dogs:   No
On/Off property:   On   Criminal charges:   Pending

Fatal dog attack, Louise Hermida
Louise Hermida
75-years old | New York, New York
Louise Hermida, 75-years old, died after being attacked by her own dog. She was mauled in the basement of her 27th Street home. The dog also bit her 39-year old autistic son, who managed to escape to a neighbor's home to get help. Police said she suffered "trauma to her upper torso." Hermida was transported to a local hospital where she was pronounced dead. Her family adopted the dog nearly 6-years earlier from Animal Care and Control when the dog was about a year old. The male dog, named Boss, was described as a mastiff-great dane mix. No photos were ever released of the dog. Two weeks before attacking its owner, Boss killed a small terrier in the neighborhood. Hermida had been planning to return the dog to the shelter because it was too aggressive and uncontrollable, but did not act soon enough. Family members said Hermida was trying to break up a fight between Boss and another dog when Boss attacked. Neighbors said the family kept up to ten dogs in the basement of their home. [source citations]

Date of death:   February 13, 2017   Chained:   No
Breed of dog:   Mastiff-great dane mix   Relationship to dog:   Family
Sex of dog:   Male   Owner of dog:   Victim
Spay/Neuter:   Yes2   Multiple dogs:   No
On/Off property:   On   Criminal charges:   No

Fatal dog attack, Child John Doe
Child John Doe
5-years old | Clarksville, Tennessee
Child John Doe, 5-years old, was killed by his family's two English mastiffs. Emergency personnel responded to a home on Charles Thomas Road about 8:20 am. They discovered the boy with "extensive injuries" from being mauled by the two dogs. The child was transported to Tennova Medical Center where he died from his injuries. Both dogs were taken into custody by Montgomery County Animal Control. Police said both dogs were under a year old. Later news reports stated 6-months old. Montgomery County Animal Control released a photograph of the two dogs being held in quarantine. Clarksville Police Lt. Steve Warren said, "Our hearts certainly go out to that family, and to the first responders, it was a tough call for them too." Police opened an investigation into the dog attack. News footage of the home on Charles Thomas Road, a new subdivision, showed high fencing around the victim's backyard. As of March 2, 2017, no additional information, including the identity of the child, has been released. [source citations]

Date of death:   February 16, 2017   Chained:   No
Breed of dog:   English mastiff (2)   Relationship to dog:   Family
Sex of dog:   Unknown   Owner of dog:   Family
Spay/Neuter:   Unknown   Multiple dogs:   Yes
On/Off property:   On   Criminal charges:   No

Fatal pit bull attack, Jamie Owsley
Jamie Owsley
21-years old | Quincy, Illinois
Jamie Owsley, 21-years old, died after being bitten in the neck by a family pit bull. The attack occurred at his home at 1005 1/2 Jersey Street in the early morning hours of February 26. The dog involved was one of three pit bulls belonging to his roommate and cousin Kerry Talburt II. Talburt told police around 3:00 am he heard some rustling in the living room, where Owsley slept, and heard his dog barking and growling. He got up and went to the living room. "He saw his pit bull, Hercules, had his mouth latched onto Owsley's neck. Talburt stated he grabbed the dog and pulled him off, took him into his bedroom, and put him in his kennel," states the Quincy police report. Forensic Pathologist Dr. Denton ruled his cause of death was "penetrating and crushing injuries of the neck, due to a dog attack." It is believed Owsley suffered a seizure before the attack. Owsley was a big fan of the Denver Broncos who sent out a tribute after learning about his death. "He's gone too soon and will be missed." [source citations]

Date of death:   February 26, 2017   Chained:   No
Breed of dog:   Pit bull   Relationship to dog:   Family
Sex of dog:   Male   Owner of dog:   Roommate
Spay/Neuter:   Uknown   Multiple dogs:   No
On/Off property:   On   Criminal charges:   No

Fatal pit bull attack, Valentine Herrera
Valentine Herrera
76-Years old | Los Angeles, California
Valentine Herrera, 76-years old, was savagely attacked by two pit bulls and died nearly one month later while hospitalized. The attack occurred on February 2, in the 2600 block of Lincoln Park Avenue. Herrera was walking his pomeranian, named Dodger, when the pit bulls escaped their property and attacked Dodger, killing him. When Herrera intervened, the pit bulls attacked him. The dogs knocked him to the ground and tore into his flesh. Herrera was rushed to LA County-USC Medical Center where he underwent brain surgery. Herrera remained in critical condition until he died on February 27. Neighbor Frank Carrasco, who witnessed the violent attack, said the owner of the pit bulls did not attempt to help the elderly man sprawled on the ground and bleeding after the attack. Several days before the attack, the same two pit bulls killed a neighborhood dog belonging to Stephanie Grezelle. As of March 2, 2017 no charges have been filed and no results from the dangerous dog hearing held on March 1 are known. [source citations]

Date of death:   February 27, 2017   Chained:   No
Breed of dog:   Pit bull (2)   Relationship to dog:   Non-family
Sex of dog:   Male (2)   Owner of dog:   Neighbor
Spay/Neuter:   No   Multiple dogs:   Yes
On/Off property:   Off   Criminal charges:   Pending

Fatal dog attack, Jase Patrick Fohs
Jase Fohs
8-months old | Lusby, Maryland
Jase Patrick Fohs, 8-months old was savagely killed by a family pit bull while under the care of a babysitter at his home. On March 23, Calvert County Sheriff's deputies were dispatched at about 1pm to a home on Prancer Court for a report of a dog attack. They arrived within one minute of the initial call. When they reached the scene, they saw the dog actively attacking the baby. They open fired on the animal, killing it, but Jase was already dead. At a news conference the next day, Calvert County Sheriff Mike Evans said the dog was a pit bull, about 6 to 8 years old. The family had owned the dog since it was a puppy. The pit bull attacked the baby "out of the blue," the sheriff said. The dog weighed about 65 pounds and had no prior record of aggression, he said. The dog had also been around the infant its whole life. The babysitter, who is a family friend and neighbor, unsuccessfully tried to stop the violent attack. She was taken to the hospital with minor injuries, the sheriff said. No criminal charges will be filed. [source citations]

Date of death:   March 23, 2017   Chained:   No
Breed of dog:   Pit bull   Relationship to dog:   Family
Sex of dog:   Unknown   Owner of dog:   Family
Spay/Neuter:   Unknown   Multiple dogs:   No
On/Off property:   On   Criminal charges:   No

Fatal pit bull attack, Cecille Short
Cecille Short
82-years old | Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Cecille Short, 82-years old, and her dog were slaughtered by two pit bulls while walking in a residential neighborhood. The attack occurred near the 11600 block of Windmill Road in northwest Oklahoma City. Police officers fired on both dogs, killing one, and rammed the other with a vehicle. One pit bull survived and was taken into custody where it will be held as evidence in the homicide investigation. Both dogs belong to a neighbor who lives about a block away. Animal control had received complaints about the dogs before. Neighbors had issued their own warnings about these dogs as well. After a photograph of the dogs emerged from social media, there was confusion over the breed of the large white dog, an XXL pit bull or American bully, both are designer pit bull breeds. Police believe the dogs escaped from a sizable hole in the owner's fence who was away at the time of the attack. On May 10, 2017, the owner of the dogs, Antwon Demetris Burks, 31, was charged with second-degree manslaughter. [source citations]

Date of death:   April 6, 2017   Chained:   No
Breed of dog:   Pit bull and pit bull-mix   Relationship to dog:   Non-family
Sex of dog:   Mixed   Owner of dog:   Neighbor
Spay/Neuter:   Unknown   Multiple dogs:   Yes
On/Off property:   Off   Criminal charges:   Yes

Fatal pit bull attack, Maurice Brown
Maurice Brown
60-years old | Dayton, Ohio
Maurice Brown, 60-years old, was brutally killed by a pit bull while walking down an alley. The dog had attacked a rodent before breaking loose from its chain and mauling Brown. Neighbors heard the man shouting at the top of his lungs, "Jesus, help me, help me" before his death. Officers shot and killed the pit bull that was actively attacking Brown. Three other pit bulls from 345 Middle Street were taken into custody. Brown was transported to Miami Valley Hospital where he was pronounced dead. A drone captured the scene in the alley after a fire crew did a wash down, which removes the bloody scene. The mauling area was extensive. Brown's death marks the third fatal dog attack in Dayton since 2014. After the first death of Klonda Richey, legislation was introduced to strengthen criminal penalties after vicious dog attacks. The Klonda Richey Act still has not passed both chambers. As of May 6, police have not determined who owned the pit bull the killed Brown. The address has a history of dog violations. [source citations]

Date of death:   April 25, 2017   Chained:   Yes
Breed of dog:   Pit bull   Relationship to dog:   Non-family
Sex of dog:   Male   Owner of dog:   Tenant
Spay/Neuter:   Unknown   Multiple dogs:   No
On/Off property:   Off   Criminal charges:   Pending

Fatal dog attack, Lisa Green
Lisa Green
32-years old | Breinigsville, Pennsylvania
Lisa Green, 32-years old, was savagely killed by her pit bull-mix on the rear deck of her home on Spring White Drive. Neighbors rushed over and saw the dog tearing at her neck. "The dog started biting on her neck, started removing pieces from her neck," Vidya Chellapilla said. Another neighbor threw a hambone at the dog. But the dog does not take it. "He's so engrossed in attacking her," Loretta Ottinger said. Next she jabbed the dog in the eyes with a narrow board, but the dog grabbed it in its jaws and broke it. Then another neighbor came to the scene, off-duty Slatington police Chief David Rachman. The dog "flipped her head up, grabbed her by the throat and then thrashed around," he said. Rachman fired on the dog, ending the mauling. Two years earlier, the dog attacked a neighbor's husky, Rachman said. An unidentified man told WFMZ the same dog bit his grandson in the face a few years ago. Green had the 3.5-year old dog, named Leon, for about two-and-a-half years, according to Ottinger. [source citations]

Date of death:   April 27, 2017   Chained:   No
Breed of dog:   Pit bull-boxer mix   Relationship to dog:   Family
Sex of dog:   Male   Owner of dog:   Victim
Spay/Neuter:   Unknown   Multiple dogs:   No
On/Off property:   On   Criminal charges:   No

Fatal pit bull attack, Kamiko Dao Tsuda-Saelee
Kamiko Dao Tsuda-Saelee
6-months old | Las Vegas, Nevada
Kamiko Dao Tsuda-Saelee, 6-months old, was brutally mauled to death by her family's pit bull. The attack occurred at the baby's home in the 9100 block of West Brilliant Prairie Court. Kamiko had been playing in a baby walker near the dog when the animal suddenly attacked her, investigators determined. The baby's mother, Layla Tsuda, had stepped away to the bathroom. When she returned the dog was biting the infant's head. Tsuda was able to stop the attack, but Kamiko had already suffered significant injuries, according to police spokeswoman Laura Meltzer. The baby was transported to Centennial Hills Hospital Medical Center where she was pronounced dead. The coroner said the baby died of multiple blunt force injuries to the head. The male pit bull, named Mana, had been with the family for nine years, family members said. The family said they were blindsided by the attack -- the dog had never bitten anyone before. Clark County Animal Control euthanized the pit bull shortly after the deadly attack. [source citations]

Date of death:   May 8, 2017   Chained:   No
Breed of dog:   Pit bull   Relationship to dog:   Family
Sex of dog:   Male   Owner of dog:   Parents
Spay/Neuter:   Unkown   Multiple dogs:   No
On/Off property:   On   Criminal charges:   No

Fatal dog attack, Sandra Keiser
Sandra Keiser
71-years old | Redding, Connecticut
Sandra Keiser, 71-year old, died after being attacked by her own dog. The attack occurred at her home on Deacon Abbott Road around 10:30 pm on May 12, according to Redding Police Chief Doug Fuchs. She suffered "very serious injuries," he said. She was transported to Danbury Hospital, where she later died. In a strangely worded narrative, Fuchs said the dog attack set off a "series of events" which led to Kaiser's death. Fuchs described the dog as a "mixed-breed" and "rescue" dog, but was "not a pit bull." The dog had been living at Kaiser's home for six years. Fuchs did not identify the shelter or rescue group that adopted out the dog, nor was a photograph provided of the dog. No preliminary autopsy results were released. As of June 9, 2017, autopsy results remain pending. Dog attacks that cause "severe injuries" and the person dies as a direct or related result (dog bites a contributing factor) are included in DogsBite.org statistical data -- the underlying cause of death is not restricted to "dog bites."

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Re: Animal Die Offs and Unusual Animal Behavior (due to earth changes?)
« Reply #162 on: February 02, 2018, 11:48:38 PM »
Yowbarb Note: I just merged two animal topics, both of which had been going since 2011:

1.   ANIMAL DIE OFFS
2.   Unusual Animal Behavior (due to earth changes?)

 

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