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Strange Acting Animals before Disaster occurs

Updated on May 7, 2011

Have you notice your pets or the animals around you acting strange and seems like they are feeling uneasy?  Seeing flock of birds flying and wandering in the skies in some places that are unusual to see one.  Your dogs lately are acting strange and seems not in their selves.  Your dog is suddenly afraid of something that is even not there, hiding and crying.  Have you not wondered why animals are like this?  Is this a sign that something is coming?  Are they telling us and giving us a warning that something bad is going to happen?

I have heard in some cases that animals went through something or acting strange before disaster strikes in some places.  

One incident would be the Tsunami in Thailand.  They have noticed some birds flying out of the jungles.  Animals screeching and climbing in the top of the trees.

In China when a high intensity earthquake happened, they have notice thousands of toads appeared on the streets hours before the earthquake happened

The dog felt the upcoming earthquake seconds before it happened

What will you do if your pets/ animals are acting strangely?

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In reality, the animals were not giving us a warning but they were just reacting from what they have felt and seen.  Animals have different and unique senses which they are using to survive.  From infrared, nightvision, radar and other abilities that able them to see what we cant.

If we just have the capabilities of what the animals can do then we might be able to survive or prepare if there are calamities and disasters that are going to happen.  Or we must be observant about them so that we might got any clues on what they are feeling and what they see coming.


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    • ParadigmEnacted profile image


      6 years ago

      Great hub! What you have described is a phenomenon that has fascinated me for a long time. It would mean that these disasters have detectable causes and secondary characteristics that somehow humans are conditioned not to detect but animals do. I think it ties into the Bystander Effect somehow. You should look for some reading material on that.

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      teacher conz 

      7 years ago

      i agree with this. in our place, last yea, just minutes before a huge flood strikes, oddly, insects including cockcroaches sprang all over the place,,coming from water drainages down below. I could sense those insects were in great tension and fear...because all of them wanted to find a higher place- crawling everywhere, searching for higher places as much as they can!

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      8 years ago

      i dont worry God has it!!

    • adorababy profile image


      9 years ago from Syracuse, NY

      Historians recorded that animals, including rats, snakes and weasels, deserted the Greek city of Helice in droves just days before a quake devastated the place.

    • vox vocis profile image


      9 years ago

      Great idea for a hub and a very interesting video. Animals are an important part of nature, they have a certain ´´sixth´´ sense that we do not have. Sometimes we should really pay attention to what they are ´´saying´´ !

    • borge_009 profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago from Philippines

      I agree with you Chaotic Chica. We should not ignore our pets or the animals around us because they might giving us warnings for a coming disaster. Thanks for dropping by this hub.

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      Chaotic Chica 

      9 years ago

      You are absoulutely right. Animals are much more in tune with their higher senses and are not apt to ignore them the way we as humans do. Whenever I see animals behaving abnormally, I always see if I can figure out why. Shortly after I was born in WA, my mom was with a group of friends up on Mt. St. Helens the night before it blew. They noticed the animals acting very strange and heading towards the other side of the mountain. She and others left and she is very thankful she did, too.

    • borge_009 profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago from Philippines

      Thanks, you're right sometimes we are just ignoring them.

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      Holle Abee 

      9 years ago from Georgia

      Great hub! We don't give animals the credit they deserve.


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