5000 birds fall out of the sky & 100,000 fish found dead in Arkansas what do you

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  1. point2make profile image77
    point2makeposted 7 years ago

    5000 birds fall out of the sky & 100,000 fish found dead in Arkansas what do you think is happening?

  2. hassann profile image64
    hassannposted 7 years ago

    It may be some sort of industrial waste leak. I don't know what is in Arkansas. Anything that's to do with metals...

  3. Mayaanjali profile image73
    Mayaanjaliposted 7 years ago

    Definitely an Environmental concern!  But what is funny is that only a certain kind of fish have died. 
    Similarly, only black and red birds have fallen down where speculation is that they were hit by lightening or something as the entire flock flew across the sky.

  4. Max Stein profile image59
    Max Steinposted 7 years ago

    It seems to be a global event or just some very strange coincidence' going on all around the world right now. Here is a google translation link from Brazil.  http://translate.google.com/translate?j … mp;act=url

  5. point2make profile image77
    point2makeposted 7 years ago

    Thanks Hassann for your response. You may be right an industrial leak could explain the fish kill but since there appears to be only one kind of fish affected it is really a mystery. The birds are another issue.

    Your right Mayaanjali if there is something in the environment that is that selective it would be very scary. The lightning strike explanation doesn't seem to fit the condition of the remains of the birds. It is very strange.

    Thanks for the tip Max. I think you are right...there does seem to be some very strange happenings going on in the world these days.

  6. badegg profile image80
    badeggposted 7 years ago

    Maybe the Clinton's are coming home.

    Other than that.....?

  7. naijainvestor profile image60
    naijainvestorposted 7 years ago

    or maybe some aliens are testing-running their weapons in preparation for an invasion...you never know.

  8. mikiy profile image60
    mikiyposted 7 years ago

    No. It's believed that it was caused by fireworks. They were found dead on new year's day.

 
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