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While billions around the globe still occupy their time with completely meaningless distractions and entertainments, life on Earth is literally imploding. The level of mainstream media spin and omission in regard to what is unfolding is difficult to comprehend. The general public is all too willing to accept the factless facade that is fed to them day in and day out while life on Earth disintegrates around us all. Our collective future quite literally now rely on those that are awake and willing to help sound the alarm. Standing still and complaining to others about the converging catastrophes will not help our situation. We must all learn to effectively reach out to all the groups, organizations, and individuals that are still oblivious to the immediate peril we face. Every single day matters.
Dane Wigington
geoengineeringwatch.org

Source: End Times Prophecy

Below is a list of worldwide mass animal deaths for 2015, with pages also for mass die offs from the previous 4 years. There are animals dying all over the world today in huge numbers, due to the polluted state of the sea and air. Millions of Fish and massive numbers of whales and dolphins are washing ashore dead. Birds are falling dead out of the sky, and millions of poultry are dying from avian flu. The animals of the land like cattle are also dying in large numbers from disease. Although animals and fish have been dying all throughout history, we have not seen the massive consistent numbers that we are seeing today.

In many of these events people from all walks of life are saying that they have "never seen anything like this before".

Worldwide Bee Die offs       Our Dying Planet

INFO: 970 MILLION Monarch butterflies – a major pollinator – have been killed since 1990 in America by Monsanto's herbicide, wiping out 90 percent of America's total population of Monarchs (source)

MASS ANIMAL DEATH LIST

489 Known MASS Death Events in 70 Countries (or Territory)

10th July 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found floating in a canal in Brussels, Belgium. Link

10th July 2015 – 600+ trout found dead in a river in Aveze, France. Link

9th July 2015 – Thousands of eels die in a river, 'a mystery' in Termunten, Netherlands. Link

9th July 2015 – 12,000+ baby alpaca have died 'due to cold' in Puno, Peru. Link

8th July 2015 – Massive die off of fish in a lake in Anhui, China. Link

Fish kill in China

8th July 2015 – 1,500 dead fish found in a river in Suffolk, England. Link

8th July 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a lake in Colorado, America. Link

8th July 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a river in Jura, France. Link

7th July 2015 – 150,000+ dead fish washing up along Neuse River in Craven County, N.Carolina, America. Link

7th July 2015 – Thousands of dead fish and dozens of dead birds found in a lake, 'a mystery' in London, England. Link

7th July 2015 – 500,000 fish to be killed due to disease in Vikna, Norway. Link

7th July 2015 – Massive die off of shrimp in 50 square kilometers in Soc Trang, Vietnam. Link

6th July 2015 – 3 dead sea mammals found washed up on beach in San Francisco, America. Link

6th July 2015 – Large amount of dead fish wash ashore on a beach in Chonburi Province, Thailand. Link

6th July 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found in the Ganges river in India. Link

6th July 2015 – Mass die off of fish in a lake in Nanhai District, China. Link

5th July 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a river in West Virginia, America. Link

5th July 2015 – Massive die off of fish in a river in Quanzhou, China. Link

4th July 2015 – 8,000 sardines found dead in a reservoir in Toa Alta, Puerto Rico. Link

4th July 2015 – 1 whale, 2 sea lions and 30 sea birds found dead on a beach in Tacna, Peru. Link

3rd July 2015 – Thousands of fish die in the Porong River in Java, Indonesia. Link

2nd July 2015 – Large number of song birds found dead in Idaho, America. Link

2nd July 2015 – 300 birds fall dead from sky, 'reason unknown' in San Lorenzo, Honduras. Link

Dead birds in Honduras

2nd July 2015 – 3000 TONS of fish have died in a lake in Castanhao, Brazil. Link also HERE

2nd July 2015 – Hundreds sheep, camel and cattle dead due to 'cold weather' in Pasco Region, Peru. Link

2nd July 2015 – Thousands of fish die in a river in Saronno, Italy. Link

1st July 2015 – 37 turtles found dead on a beach in Christ Church, Barbados. Link

1st July 2015 – 4,000+ dead fish wash up in a lagoon in Malambo, Colombia. Link

1st July 2015 – Thousands of dead jellyfish cover beaches in North Devon, England. Link

1st July 2015 – Tens of thousands of fish dead in a reservoir due to storms in Sichuan, China. Link

1st July 2015 – Large die off of fish, eels and frogs in a river in Tursi, Italy. Link

30th June 2015 – Thousands of dead fish wash ashore in a river in Tasmania, Australia. Link

29th June 2015 – Large amount of dead fish wash ashore on Lake Camanche in California, America. Link

29th June 2015 – 9 Lions and over 500 blue bulls dead from flooding in Gujarat, India. Link

29th June 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish wash ashore in Kahramanmaras, Turkey. Link

29th June 2015 – Large die off of fish 'due to drought' in Serang Baru, Indonesia. Link

28th June 2015 – Large amount of dead fish wash up on a beach in Taichung, Taiwan. Link

26th June 2015 – Large die off of fish in Mystic River, 'worst in 60 years' in Massachusetts, America. Link

25th June 2015 – Hundreds of giant frogs found dead and dying due to pollution in Lake Titicaca, Bolivia. Link

25th June 2015 – Hundreds of thousands of mussels wash ashore, 'something is wrong', in Cape Town, South Africa. Link

25th June 2015 – Hundreds of cattle dying due to drought in Cordoba, Colombia. Link

25th June 2015 – Thousands of jellyfish wash up in Saint-Brevin, France. Link

25th June 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish washing up in the Hudson River in New York, America. Link

25th June 2015 – Tons of dead fish found in a river in Quang Nam Province, Vietnam. Link

24th June 2015 – INFO: Thousands of silkworms die from 'mysterious disease' in Kupwara, India. Link

24th June 2015 – Thousands of fish and crabs wash ashore in Mississippi, America. Link

24th June 2015 – 1,000+ TONS of salmon have died off in two fish farms in Vancouver, Canada. Link

24th June 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found in lakes in Welwyn Garden City, England. Link

24th June 2015 – Thousands of dead fish found on the beaches of Oleron Island, France. Link

23rd June 2015 – Large die off of fish in Wascana Creek, Regina, Canada. Link

23rd June 2015 – Massive die off of fish in a canal in Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand. Link

22nd June 2015 – Mass die off of fish in a lake in Chelyabinsk, Russia. Link

22nd June 2015 – Hundreds (Maybe thousands) of fish have died in a dam in Ceara, Brazil. Link

21st June 2015 – Large die off of fish in a lake in Wuhan, China. Link

21st June 2015 – Tons of dead fish in the Gulf of Fonseca in Honduras. Link

19th June 2015 – Hundreds of sea birds found dead on a beach in Chorrillos District, Peru. Link

Dead Seagulls in Peru

19th June 2015 – Massive fish kill in the waters of Cienaga Grande, Colombia. Link

19th June 2015 – 3,600 birds killed due to avian flu in the Volta Region, Ghana. Link

19th June 2015 – Hundreds of spring chinook salmon turning up dead in Oregon rivers, America. Link

19th June 2015 – Massive die off of fish 'due to heat' in Ifugao, Philippines. Link

18th June 2015 – 9+ endangered whales found dead during the past few weeks in Alaska, America. Link

18th June 2015 – Thousands of dead fish line the banks of a dam in Jaguaribara, Brazil. Link

18th June 2015 – Hundreds of fish dying every day in the Pahang River, Malaysia. Link

17th June 2015 – Thousands of fish dead due to flooding in Grayson County, Texas, America. Link

17th June 2015 – 200,000 Chickens to be killed due to another outbreak of avian flu in Nebraska, America. Link

17th June 2015 – 16,000 pigs dead, due to flooding in Guangxi, China. Link and Here

Dead pigs in China

16th June 2015 – Thousands of dead jellyfish wash up on a beach in Camarthenshire, Wales. Link

16th June 2015 – INFO: 13,000 sheep die on long distance boat journey without food or water, from Romania to Jordan. Link

16th June 2015 – Thousands of dead fish found floating in a river in Berlin, Germany. Link

16th June 2015 – 1 MILLION chickens to be killed due to new outbreak of avian flu in Iowa, America. Link

16th June 2015 – Thousands of dead fish found in a river in Sarcedo, Italy. Link

16th June 2015 – Massive fish kills due to virus in Westland, Netherlands. Link

15th June 2015 – Dozens of giant purple sea slugs washing ashore in Alameda, California, America. Link

15th June 2015 – Massive die off of fish in ponds right across Leizhou in China. Link

15th June 2015 – Thousands of dead fish in another fish kill on Peconic River in New York, America. Link

15th June 2015 – 23,500 birds killed due to new outbreak of avian flu in Taiwan, China. Link

14th June 2015 – 8,500 Chickens killed due to avian flu in Gaza, Palestine. Link

13th June 2015 – Thousands of fish die in a river due to pesticides in Peten Department, Guatemala. Link

13th June 2015 – Massive die off of fish in a lake in Xiamen, China. Link

12th June 2015 – 40,000 kgs of fish die in ponds 'a mystery' in China. Link

12th June 2015 – Thousands of dead crabs wash up on beaches in San Diego, America. Link

11th June 2015 – Dozens of Penguins wash up dead on beaches in Rocha, Uruguay. Link

11th June 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found washed up on a beach in Rivedoux, France. Link

10th June 2015 – Hundreds of sheep dying, 'reason unknown' all across Iceland. Link

10th June 2015 – Thousands of dead fish found in a river in Limerick, Ireland. Link

9th June 2015 – 10,000 dead fish found on a beach in Saint-Froult, France. Link

9th June 2015 – 900,000 chickens to be killed due to avian flu in Nebraska, America. Link

9th June 2015 – Hundreds of fish are dying in Clear Lake in California, America. Link

8th June 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish washing up on beaches in Florida, America. Link

8th June 2015 – Tens of thousands of dead fish wash up, 'a mystery' in Stanley, Hong Kong, China. Link

8th June 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a river in Paysandu, Uruguay. Link

7th June 2015 – Large die off of fish in a reservoir in Shangrao, China. Link

6th June 2015 – Large fish kill in a lake in Mattoon, Illinois, America. Link

4th June 2015 – 120,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Mudanya, Turkey. Link

4th June 2015 – UPDATE: 127,000+ antelope dead in a 'sudden die off' in Northern Kazakhstan. Link

Dead Antelope in Kazakhstan

3rd June 2015 – 415,000 chickens to be killed due to new outbreak of avian flu in Minnesota, America. Link

3rd June 2015 – Tons of dead fish found in a lake in Aldama, Mexico. Link

3rd June 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish appear in the waters of Michoacan, Mexico. Link

2nd June 2015 – 88 sea birds and 52 dolphins and sea lions dead due to oil spill in California, America. Link

2nd June 2015 – 21 pilot whales stranded, 10 dead so far in Skye, Scotland. Link

2nd June 2015 – Hundreds of dead turtles found along a lake in Ezhou, China. Link

2nd June 2015 – 57,000 birds to be killed due to new outbreak oa avian flu in Iowa, America. Link

1st June 2015 – Thousands of dead fish found floating in a lake in Nan Province, Thailand. Link

1st June 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found washed up along Big Bear Lake in California, America. Link

31st May 2015 – 80 Kites found dead 'a mystery' in Tumkuru, India. Link

30th May 2015 – Dozens of dead penguins found on a beach in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Link

30th May 2015 – Tens of thousands of dead fish found washed up along Flanders bay in New York, America. Link

Dead Fish in Flanders Bay

29th May 2015 – 300 TONS of fish 'die suddenly' in Ogan Ilir Regency, Indonesia. Link

29th May 2015 – 10 dead dolphins wash ashore in Mumbai, India. Link

29th May 2015 – 50,000 birds to be killed due to another outbreak of avian flu in South Dakota, America. Link

28th May 2015 – 270 TONS of salmon are dead due to storms in Tasmania, Australia. Link

28th May 2015 – Thousands of dead fish wash up in various locations in Connecticut, America. Link

28th May 2015 – Masses of shellfish found dead 'is a mystery' on the coast of Ngunguru, New Zealand. Link

28th May 2015 – 3 Million hens to be killed due to another outbreak of avian flu in Nebraska, America. Link

28th May 2015 – Fish kill found in a river in Alandi, India. Link

28th May 2015 – 35,000+ chickens killed due to avian flu in Accra, Ghana. Link

27th May 2015 – 120,000+ antelope dead in a 'sudden die off' in Northern Kazakhstan. Link

Dead Antelope in Kazakhstan

27th May 2015 – Thousands of fish have died in a river in southern Mexico. Link

27th May 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a river in Darlington, England. Link

27th May 2015 – 12 dead whales have washed up during past couple months in California, America. Link

27th May 2015 – Large amount of dead fish found in a river in Gandevi, India. Link

26th May 2015 – Thousands of sheep dying from 'unknown disease' in Uplistsikhe, Georgia. Link

26th May 2015 – Thousands of dead lobsters wash up on the coast of Baja California, Mexico. Link

26th May 2015 – 975,000 hens to be killed due to new outbreak of avian flu in Iowa, America. Link

26th May 2015 – Mass die off of fish in a pond in Dongxing, China. Link

24th May 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found floating in a dam in Evora, Portugal. Link

23rd May 2015 – 4 MILLION birds now to be killed due to new outbreaks of bird flu in Nebraska, America. Link also video here

22nd May 2015 – Massive die off of fish in a lake in Haikou, China. Link

22nd May 2015 – 2,000 dead fish found floating in a lake in Georgia, America. Link

21st May 2015 – Hundreds of fish die suddenly in a lake in Florida, America. Link

21st May 2015 – Thousands of dead fish wash ashore in Isla Mujeres, Mexico. Link

21st May 2015 – Large die off of fish in a river in Nakhon Nayok Province, Thailand. Link

20th May 2015 – Tens of thousands of fish have died in a canal in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Link

19th May 2015 – Hundreds of thousands of oysters dead due to storm in New South Wales, Australia. Link

19th May 2015 – 1.3 MILLION birds to be killed due to avian flu in South Dakota, America. Link

19th May 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish appear in a stream in Montemorelos, Mexico. Link

18th May 2015 – Tens of thousands of fish have died in Xiangcheng District, China. Link

18th May 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a lake in Ridley Park, Pennsylvania, America. Link

18th May 2015 – 1300+ sea birds found dead on beaches in Hualpen, Chile. Link

16th May 2015 – Dozens, maybe HUNDREDS of turtles washing up dead along Flanders bay in New York, America. Link

16th May 2015 – 2 MILLION birds to be killed due to avian flu in Minnesota, America. Link

15th May 2015 – Thousands of dead fish found in a lake in Sakha Republic, Russia. Link

Fish kill in Russia

15th May 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a canal in Aiea, Hawaii, America. Link

15th May 2015 – Mass die off of fish washes ashore in Canakkale, Turkey. Link

14th May 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found floating in a river in Macao, Portugal. Link

14th May 2015 – Thousands of fish dead from disease in Cayuga Lake, New York, America. Link

13th May 2015 – 115,000 birds to be killed due to avian flu in South Dakota, America. Link

13th May 2015 – Thousands of dead fish found washed up on a beach in Lorento, Mexico. Link

12th May 2015 – 200+ Camels dead, hundreds others sick from 'mystery disease' in Punjab, Pakistan. Link

12th May 2015 – 1.7 MILLION birds to be killed due to avian flu in Nebraska, America. Link

12th May 2015 – 1,000 birds dead, 12,000 killed due to avian flu in Betzet, Israel. Link

12th May 2015 – 20 TONS of dead fish found floating in a lagoon in Ursulo Galvan, Mexico. Link

12th May 2015 – Large amount of dead fish found in a river in Shenzhen, China. Link

12th May 2015 – 3 TONS of dead fish found in the waters in Lonate Pozzolo, Italy. Link

11th May 2015 – UPDATE: 5.7 MILLION birds now killed (or to be), after new outbreak in Minnesota, America. Link

11th May 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish washing up in Hamilton, Bermuda. Link

11th May 2015 – Mass die off of fish in fish farms in Xingbin District, China. Link

10th May 2015 – Thousands of dead fish wash up in the fjords of More og Romsdal, Norway. Link

10th May 2015 – 37 dead whales found washed ashore near the Gulf of Penas, Chile. Link

Dead Whales in Chile

9th May 2015 – 2 TONS of fish have died in the Vam Co Dong River in Vietnam. Link

8th May 2015 – 100,000 dead fish found in a canal in Nagoya, Japan. Link also see Video

8th May 2015 – 4 MILLION birds to be killed in new outbreak of avian flu in Iowa, America. Link

8th May 2015 – 600,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Belize. Link

8th May 2015 – Dozens of dead waterbirds found washed ashore, 'never seen before' in Tonawanda, New York, America. Link

7th May 2015 – 400,000 birds killed since January due to avain flu in Plateau State, Nigeria. Link

7th May 2015 – 500+ cattle dead due to flooding in New South Wales, Australia. Link

7th May 2015 – Die off of ducks 'causes concern' on a lake, 'never seen before' in St Petersburg, Florida, America. Link

6th May 2015 – Hundreds of turtles continuing to die due to mysterious illness along the Bellinger River in NSW, Australia. Link

6th May 2015 – Mass die off of fish in a river in Zhangzhou, China. Link

5th May 2015 – Millions more birds infected with avian flu, 20 MILLION total, in Iowa, America. Link

5th May 2015 – Large amount of dead fish wash ashore again on San Roque Lake, Argentina. Link

5th May 2015 – Dozens of dead sea birds found at the mouth of a lagoon in Naples, Italy. Link

4th May 2015 – 152 dead or dying Penguins found along the coast during past 2 months, 'all malnourished' in Tres Arroyos, Argentina. Link

3rd May 2015 – 70,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Balikesir, Turkey. Link

3rd May 2015 – Large die off of fish in a river in Qingdao, China. Link

1st May 2015 – 23 Whales beached, 16 dead in Murdeira, Cape Verde. Link also Video Here

Dead Whales in Cape Verde

1st May 2015 – 16 MILLION birds to be killed from outbreak of avian flu, 'state of emergency' in Iowa, America. Link

1st May 2015 – Thousands of dead fish found in Krishna river in India. Link

30th April 2015 – Large die off of fish found in the waters of Bocas del Toro Province, Panama. Link

30th April 2015 – Hundreds of fish dead due to algae in a lake in Jalisco, Mexico. Link

30th April 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish wash up in a river in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Link

29th April 2015 – Large die off of fish in a creek in Prachuap Khiri Khan, Thailand. Link

28th April 2015 – 20 MILLION fish have died due to volcano eruption in Los Lagos, Chile. Link

27th April 2015 – Massive die off of fish along 2km of reservoir in Cherepovets, Russia. Link

Dead fish in Russia

27th April 2015 – 200,000 birds to be killed in new outbreak of avian flu in Minnesota, America. Link

26th April 2015 – 2 TONS of fish, frogs and birds found dead on the shores of Lake Titicaca in Bolivia. Link

26th April 2015 – 8,000 Turkeys to be killed due to another outbreak of avian flu in Ontario, Canada. Link

25th April 2015 – Fish kill along the shores of a lake in Florida, America. Link

25th April 2015 – 71,000 birds to be killed due to avian flu in North Dakota, America. Link

25th April 2015 – Large die off of fish in a river in Harbin, China. Link

24th April 2015 – 2.6 MILLION birds killed due to avian flu, 'state of emergency' in Minnesota, America. Link

24th April 2015 – 4 dead whales wash ashore this month 'is a mystery' in Northern California, America. Link

24th April 2015 – 400 animals dead after flooding in Torres del Paine National Park, Chile. Link

23rd April 2015 – Thousands of dead starfish found on a beach in Cumbria, England. Link

22nd April 2015 – Hundreds of thousands of fish have died in farms along a river in Saraburi Province, Thailand. Link

Fish dead in Thailand

22nd April 2015 – Thousands of dead fish found washed up, 'a mystery' in Molde, Norway. Link

22nd April 2015 – Thousands of dead fish washing up on Ridgebury Lake in New York, America. Link

22nd April 2015 – 60,000 birds to be killed due to new outbreak of avian flu in Wisconsin, America. Link

22nd April 2015 – Large amount of dead fish washing ashore on Lake Champlain in Vermont, America. Link

22nd April 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish washing ashore in the waters of Hulan, China. Link

21st April 2015 – 5.3 MILLION hens to be killed due to avian flu in Iowa, America. Link

21st April 2015 – 4+ dolphins found washed up dead along the coast of Asturias, Spain. Link

21st April 2015 – Mass die off of fish occuring in a river and reservoir in Magdalena, Colombia. Link

21st April 2015 – Mass die off of fish in the Bobos river 'is alarming' in Mexico. Link

21st April 2015 – 52 TONS+ of dead fish wash up in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Link

Fish kill in Rio

20th April 2015 – Thousands of dead fish wash up along a lake in Florida, America. Link

20th April 2015 – Die off of shrimp due to disease in the south of Belize. Link

20th April 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found floating on a lake in Pennsylvania, America. Link

19th April 2015 – 27,000 Chickens to be killed due to avian flu in Oxford County, Ontario, Canada. Link

18th April 2015 – Large die off of fish in a harbor, 'a disaster' in Omsk, Russia. Link

18th April 2015 – Hundreds of marine mammals, including seals and whales have washed up dead during winter in Quebec, Canada. Link

18th April 2015 – 250,000+ birds dead due to more outbreaks of avian flu in South Dakota, America. Link

18th April 2015 – 1,000+ cattle have died 'due to drought' in Ninh Thuan Province, Vietnam. Link

17th April 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish wash up on Nuns' Island in Quebec, Canada. Link

17th April 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a pond in Bangalore, India. Link

17th April 2015 – Scores of dead dolphins and whales washing up 'is strange' along coast of France. Link

16th April 2015 – 200,000+ birds dead due to avian flu in Burkina Faso. Link

15th April 2015 – Thousands of fish dying due to algae in Norfolk, England. Link

15th April 2015 – Massive die off of fish in a reservoir in Longyan City, China. Link

15th April 2015 – Mass die off of fish along a canal in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Link

14th April 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish litter ponds across northern Pennsylvania in America. Link

14th April 2015 – 200,000 birds to be killed due to avian flu in Telangana, India. Link

13th April 2015 – Hundreds of birds killed in hail storm in Ahmedabad, India. Link

13th April 2015 – 20,000 birds dead, 180,000 to be killed due to bird flu in Wisconsin, America. Link

13th April 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish wash up on a lake in Connecticut, America. Link

12th April 2015 – Massive die off of jellyfish washed up on Rockaway Beach, Oregon, America. Link

12th April 2015 – Hundreds of thousands of fish have died suddenly in fish ponds in Guangdong, China. Link

11th April 2015 – 150 dolphins stranded, majority dead on a beach in Japan. Link

Dead Dolphins in Japan

11th April 2015 – 1.2 Million birds dead due to avian flu, 'scientists puzzled', in Midwest America. Link

10th April 2015 – Large die off of fish in a river in Deli Serdang Regency, Indonesia. Link

9th April 2015 – 2,440 birds dead due to avian flu on a farm in Maradi, Niger. Link

8th April 2015 – 139,000 cattle and 3.88 Million birds killed since December due to disease in South Korea. Link

8th April 2015 – Fish kills littering ponds in western New York, America. Link

8th April 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish line ponds across Massachusetts, America. Link

8th April 2015 – 40,000 chickens dead in Muritiba and Varzedo, Brazil. Link

7th April 2015 – 600+ Water birds found dead on a lake in North Dakota, America. Link

7th April 2015 – 7,500 turkeys dead due to avian flu in Ontario, Canada. Link

7th April 2015 – 5,000 dead fish found floating in a pond in Lampang, Thailand. Link

6th April 2015 – 7,600 Geese dead due to avian flu in Taiwan, China. Link

6th April 2015 – Massive fish kill in Kolleru Lake in India. Link

6th April 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found floating in the Kali Bein in India. Link

6th April 2015 – 12,000 birds killed due to avian flu in North Brabant, Netherlands. Link

6th April 2015 – Thousands of dead fish found in the Tagus River in Portugal. Link

5th April 2015 – Masses of dead fish found in mangroves in Santos, Brazil. Link

4th April 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found in the Tonto River in Mexico. Link

4th April 2015 – 55,000 birds killed due to disease in the Northern District of Israel. Link

3rd April 2015 – Fish kill found in La Cienaga dam in Argentina. Link

3rd April 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found in Bethlehem Township pond, 'never encountered before' in Pennsylvania, America. Link

3rd April 2015 – Thousands of dead fish found floating off Lantau Island, China. Link

Dead fish in Lantau

2nd April 2015 – Die off of sea birds along Seward City coast, 'very thin and emaciated' in Alaska, America. Link

2nd April 2015 – Tons of fish die suddenly in a pond in Hai Duong, Vietnam. Link

2nd April 2015 – Fish kill in Wascana Lake in Regina, Canada. Link

2nd April 2015 – 53,000 turkeys to be killed due to avian flu in South Dakota, America. Link

2nd April 2015 – Thousands of 'blue button jellyfish' wash ashore on Pensacola Beach, Florida, America. Link

1st April 2015 – 75,000 birds dead after heavy rains in Chimborazo, Ecuador. Link

1st April 2015 – Tons of fish have died in fish farms along a river in Saraburi, Thailand. Link

1st April 2015 – Dead fish washing ashore for the past week in a lake in New Jersey, America. Link

1st April 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish wash up along Elizabeth river in Virginia, America. Link

1st April 2015 – Major fish kill found in a canal in Portmore, Jamaica. Link

31st March 2015 – Large die off of blackbirds near Picher in Oklahoma, America. Link

31st March 2015 – 5,800 birds dead due to avian flu in Gaza, Palestine. Link

31st March 2015 – Hundreds of chickens 'die suddenly' in Kulon Progo, Indonesia. Link

30th March 2015 – Mass die off of scallops in the bay of Pisco-Paracas, Peru. Link

30th March 2015 – 4,000+ hens have died due to avian flu in Agra, India. Link

30th March 2015 – Hundreds of thousands of fish have died in a fish farm in South Bangka, Indonesia. Link

30th March 2015 – Large amount of dead fish wash up in Sao Pedro da Aldeia, Brazil. Link

29th March 2015 – 4 TONS of fish found dead in ponds in Xiangtan, China. Link

28th March 2015 – Hundreds of thousands of dead fish wash up in Santa Marta, Colombia. Link

Dead fish in Santa Marta

28th March 2015 – 22,000 birds dead, 80,000+ to be killed due to outbreak of avian flu in Minnesota, America. Link

28th March 2015 – 100 Pelicans found dead 'due to avian flu' in the Danube Delta, Romania. Link

27th March 2015 – Fish kills continue to wash ashore along the Derwent river in Tasmania, Australia. Link

27th March 2015 – Masses of dead fish wash ashore in a reservoir in Guangxi, China. Link

27th March 2015 – 22,000 hens to be killed due to avian flu in Tzummarum, Netherlands. Link

26th March 2015 – 60,000 dead fish 'a mystery' in Ormelle, Italy. Link

26th March 2015 – Large fish kill in Spencer lake in Ohio, America. Link

26th March 2015 – Large fish kill in a river and lagoon in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Link

25th March 2015 – Sea birds found dead, 'stomachs littered with plastic' on Isle of May in Scotland. Link

25th March 2015 – Mass die off of fish in Madison lake, Ohio, America. Link

24th March 2015 – 21 Pelicans found dead 'due to bird flu' in Srebarna Nature Reserve, Bulgaria. Link and Here

24th March 2015 – Thousands of fish have died in the Vam Co Dong River, Vietnam. Link

23rd March 2015 – 20 Whales stranded, 12 dead in Bunbury Harbour, Australia. Link

21st March 2015 – 80 TONS of fish have died in a dam in Campoalegre, Colombia. Link

20th March 2015 – Die off of Geese 'due to harsh winter' across Rhode Island in America. Link

20th March 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish washing up every day at Geist Reservoir in Indiana, America. Link

20th March 2015 – 1,500 cattle dead due to drought in Bosconia, Colombia. Link

20th March 2015 – Fish kill on lake Jacqueline in Las Vegas, America. Link

19th March 2015 – Thousands of dead fish found covering part of the Kerian River in Malaysia. Link

Dead fish in Malaysia

19th March 2015 – Hundreds of ducks, other birds and eels found dead 'due to disease' in West Aukland, New Zealand. Link

19th March 2015 – Dozens of birds drop dead out of the sky in Hefei, China. Link

18th March 2015 – 50 TONS of fish have died in a lake in Dong Nai Province, Vietnam. Link

18th March 2015 – Thousands of dead fish found in a stream in Kielce, Poland. Link

18th March 2015 – Hundreds of birds killed due to avian flu in Thanh Hoa, Vietnam. Link

18th March 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish and a dolphin wash up along a beach in Outer Banks, N.Carolina, America. Link

18th March 2015 – Masses of dead fish continue to wash ashore in Montevideo, Uraguay. Link

17th March 2015 – 2,000+ snow geese drop dead out of sky in Idaho, America. Link

17th March 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a canal in Tampico, Mexico. Link

16th March 2015 – Hundreds of birds dead from avian flu in Amethi, India. Link

16th March 2015 – Thousands of dead fish wash up in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia. Link

15th March 2015 – Mass die off of cattle due to drought in Araucania, Chile. Link

15th March 2015 – Masses of dead fish appear again on the shores of Lake San Roque in Cordoba, Argentina. Link

15th March 2015 – 55 dolphins and 4 sea lions found dead on a beach in San Felipe, Mexico. Link

55 Dolphins dead in Mexico

15th March 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish wash up along Chesapeake Canal in America. Link

15th March 2015 – Massive die off of fish in a lake in Xiamen, China. Link

14th March 2015 – Massive die off of Salmon occuring in Marlborough Sounds, New Zealand. Link

13th March 2015 – 80,000 birds killed due to more outbreaks of avian flu in Taiwan, China. Link

13th March 2015 – 50 cattle have died 'mysteriously' causing shock in a village in eastern Botswana. Link

13th March 2015 – Large die off of fish in a lake 'due to disease' in Reeuwijk, Netherlands. Link

12th March 2015 – 40,000 birds to be killed due to avian flu in Arkansas, America. Link

12th March 2015 – 30,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Barneveld, Netherlands. Link

12th March 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found floating in a lake in Yate, New Caledonia. Link

11th March 2015 – Hundreds of TONS of clams have died off, 'never happened before like this' in Ha Tinh, Vietnam. Link

11th March 2015 – 200+ TONS of dead fish wash ashore along the coast of Montevideo, Uraguay. Link

200 Tons of dead fish in Uraguay

10th March 2015 – Large die off of ducks during winter on Long Island, New York, America. Link

10th March 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found floating in a pond in Uppsala, Sweden. Link

10th March 2015 – Tens of thousands of birds to be killed due to avian flu in Missouri, America. Link

9th March 2015 – Hundreds of dead turtles, plus hundreds of dead fish found in Bocas del Toro, Panama. Link

9th March 2015 – 250,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Monywa, Myanmar. Link

9th March 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found on a beach in Tolu, Colombia. Link

9th March 2015 – 19 dead turtles found on Pulau Tiga Island in Malaysia. Link

9th March 2015 – 100+ cattle have died 'due to suspected grass poisoning' in Gujarat, India. Link

9th March 2015 – 10,000 fish have died in fish farms in Sikao, Thailand. Link

8th March 2015 – 550 dead animals (mainly deer) found, 'due to snow and cold' in Leon, Spain. Link

7th March 2015 – 1,450 Sea lion pups have washed ashore this year ill and dying – 'possibly 10,000 have died' in California, America. Link

7th March 2015 – Thousands of dead fish wash up in new die off in Lim Chu Kang, Singapore. Link

6th March 2015 – 600 TONS of dead fish due to algae in fish farms in the east of Singapore. Link

6th March 2015 – Massive die off of prawns, 'cause unknown' in Aroor, India. Link

6th March 2015 – 15,000 turkeys dead due to avian flu in Minnesota, America. Link

6th March 2015 – Hundreds of cattle are dead due to drought in southern Ecuador. Link

6th March 2015 – 10,000+ cattle dead due to flooding of the river Ebro in Spain. Link

5th March 2015 – Thousands of dead fish wash up on beaches in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Link

Fish dead in Argentina

5th March 2015 – 12 turtles stranded, 3 dead, on a beach in Abruzzo, Italy. Link

5th March 2015 – 9,000+ birds are dead due to another avian flu outbreak in Bauchi State, Nigeria. Link

5th March 2015 – Thousands of dead fish wash up along Derwent river in Tasmania, Australia. Link

5th March 2015 – Thousands of dead fish found in Cabo Frio, Brazil. Link

5th March 2015 – 1,100 Birds killed due to avian flu outbreak in Mekong Delta, Vietnam. Link

4th March 2015 – 4.17 MILLION birds have been killed since January due to avian flu in Taiwan, China. Link

4th March 2015 – 300 Snow Geese have died this winter due to disease in Illinois, America. Link

4th March 2015 – Thousands of dead fish found on coast of East Java, Indonesia. Link

4th March 2015 – 23,500 Birds to be killed due to avian flu in Schwanewede, Germany. Link

4th March 2015 – INFO: 30 dolphins/whales and 54 turtles wash up dead during 2014 in Abruzzo, Italy. Link

3rd March 2015 – 'Lots' of dead turtles found on a beach in Piacabucu, Brazil. Link

3rd March 2015 – Thousands of dead fish, plus dead ducks found in a lagoon in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Link

3rd March 2015 – Large die off of fish 'due to cold weather' at 3 sites in Nova Scotia, Canada. Link

3rd March 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found floating in a river in Hainan, China. Link

2nd March 2015 – 100,000 ducks killed due to avian flu in Fuzesgyarmat, Hungary. Link

2nd March 2015 – Thousands of TONS of shellfish have died off during past few years in Whangarei Harbour, New Zealand. Link

2nd March 2015 – 3 dead whales found washed ashore in Chennai, India. Link

2nd March 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a pond in Aguascalientes, Mexico. Link

2nd March 2015 – Thousands of dead fish found washed up along Columbia River in Portland, America. Link

1st March 2015 – Dozens of birds drop dead out of the sky in Tennessee, America. Link

1st March 2015 – Masses of various marine creatures washing ashore dead on Pasir Ris beach in Singapore. Link

Dead creatures Singapore

1st March 2015 – Mass die off of fish and reptiles due to burst fuel pipe in Tabasco, Mexico. Link

28th February 2015 – 100 dead or dying turtles found in the Bellinger River in NSW, Australia. Link

28th February 2015 – 97 dead sea birds found along beaches of the North East coast of France. Link

28th February 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found on the banks of a river in Uttar Pradesh, India. Link

27th February 2015 – 10,000 birds dead, 23,000 killed due to avian flu in Monywa, Myanmar. Link

26th February 2015 – Fish kill in 2 farm ponds in La Union, Philippines. Link

25th February 2015 – 5,000 Birds killed due to avian flu in Jigawa State, Nigeria. Link

25th February 2015 – Thousands of dead fish found, 'no explanation' in the port of Wolfersdorf, France. Link

25th February 2015 – 500 head of cattle dead from landslides in Northeast Afghanistan. Link

24th February 2015 – Masses of dead fish found floating in Guanabara Bay, Brazil. Link

Dead fish in Brazil

24th February 2015 – Dozens of dead sea lions found on beaches in Malibu, California, America. Link

24th February 2015 – Thousands of dead fish wash up along Runmaro Island, 'never seen this before' in Sweden. Link

24th February 2015 – 130 Birds burnt alive while flying over solar farm in Nevada, America. Link

24th February 2015 – 50+ dead birds found along the waterways in Kapiti, New Zealand. Link

23rd February 2015 – 2,500 cattle dead due to 'unknown disease' in Pariang County, South Sudan. Link

23rd February 2015 – 21,000 ducks to be killed due to avian flu in Bekes, Hungary. Link and here

23rd February 2015 – Fish kill occuring off the coast of Pasir Ris, Singapore. Link

23rd February 2015 – Mass die off of fish found floating in the Gulf of Iskenderun, Turkey. Link

22nd February 2015 – Thousands of dead fish found floating in the Ganges, India. Link

21st February 2015 – Thousands of dead crabs wash ashore on Balboa Island, California, America. Link

20th February 2015 – 3,000 birds have died due to another outbreak of avian flu in Katsina State, Nigeria. Link

19th February 2015 – 800+ (Possibly thousands) of dead turtles wash up along Odisha (different from last years incident) in India. Link

19th February 2015 – 150-200 Reindeer dead after avalanche in Trollheimen, Norway. Link

Dead Reindeer in Norway

19th February 2015 – Thousands of dead fish found in the Uraguay River in Argentina. Link

19th February 2015 – 417,041 birds killed due to avian flu throughout Nigeria. Link

18th February 2015 – 100,000 birds dead, more culled in latest outbreak of avian flu in Taiwan, China. Link

18th February 2015 – Dozens of swans found dead and more dying on Snoqualmie River in Washington, America. Link

18th February 2015 – Die off of fish in Araruama Lagoon in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Link

18th February 2015 – INFO: Spike in sick and dying bats 'sparks concern' in Broome, Australia. Link

18th February 2015 – Hundreds of fish 'suddenly die' in Georges River, 'reason unknown' in NSW, Australia. Link

17th February 2015 – 500 sheep have died from disease in Salento, Italy. Link

17th February 2015 – Fish kill discovered in Manila Bay, Philippines. Link

16th February 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a dam in Castelo Branco, Portugal. Link

16th February 2015 – 4,500 Birds killed due to avian flu in Bauchi State, Nigeria. Link

16th February 2015 – Major fish kill found in a creek in Haute-Saone, France. Link

14th February 2015 – 1 out of every 3 seal pups born last summer have already died in California, America. Link – more here and here

14th February 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found floating in a lake in Bongouanou, Cote d'Ivoire (Africa). Link

14th February 2015 – 140 Whales dead after 198 become stranded at Farewell Spit, New Zealand. Link

Stranded whales New Zealand

14th February 2015 – Dozens of dead birds found around Lake Rotorua in New Zealand. Link

13th February 2015 – Tens of tons of dead fish 'is a mystery' in Lake Singkarak, Indonesia. Link

11th February 2015 – 200 TONS of rock lobsters dead due to 'harmful algae' off coast of South Africa. Link

11th February 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a river in Santa Catarina, Brazil. Link

11th February 2015 – Mass fish deaths in Lake Nasser in Sudan. Link

11th February 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish and birds found in a lagoon in General Baldissera, Argentina. Link

10th February 2015 – 2 Turtles found dead, 80 dead since January along the Adriatic coast of Italy. Link

10th February 2015 – Hundreds of cattle have died due to industrial pollution in Cosoleacaque, Mexico. Link

10th February 2015 – Thousands of dead starfish wash ashore on Isle of Palms in S.Carolina, America. Link

9th February 2015 – 7,000+ Birds killed due to avian flu in Hunan, China. Link

Dead Starfish in S.Carolina

8th February 2015 – Thousands of pigeons dying in California, America. Link

7th February 2015 – 38 Dolphins stranded, 12 dead in a lagoon in Gaafu Dhaalu Atoll, Maldives. Link

7th February 2015 – Masses of dead fish wash ashore along beaches in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Link

7th February 2015 – Large die off of fish in a river in Fuzhou, China. Link

7th February 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found in Bhogavati river in India. Link

7th February 2015 – 70 Monkeys found dead throughout Kheragarh in India. Link

6th February 2015 – Massive fish kills occuring along the Tebicuary River in Paraguay. Link

5th February 2015 – Hundreds of animals killed by a storm in Punta del Agua, Argentina. Link

5th February 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish appear, 'causing concern' in the Black river in Argentina. Link

4th February 2015 – 1.07 MILLION geese killed (more than half of geese population) due to avian flu in Taiwan, China. Link

4th February 2015 – 20,000 Chickens killed due to avian flu in Plateau State, Nigeria. Link

4th February 2015 – 16.5 TONS of fish 'die suddenly' in Lake Maninjau, Indonesia. Link

4th February 2015 – 33 Whales and Dolphins washed ashore this year already, 'we've never had so many strandings' in Ireland. Link

4th February 2015 – 45 dead Geese found 'due to fatal crash landing' in Hoeksche Waard, Netherlands. Link

3rd February 2015 – 135 turtles found dead between December and January, 'a very worrying situation' in Emilia-Romagna, Italy. Link

3rd February 2015 – Thousands of dead starfish wash up on a beach in Abergele, Wales. Link

Dead Starfish in Wales

3rd February 2015 – 2,000+ Starfish wash up dead along Padre Island in Texas, America. Link

3rd February 2015 – 10,000 Chickens killed due to avian flu in Hampshire, England. Link

2nd February 2015 – Thousands of birds dying from disease at Walker Lake in Nevada, America. Link

2nd February 2015 – 3,000 fish found dead in Collie River in Western Australia. Link

2nd February 2015 – Massive die off of fish in a river in Istanbul, Turkey. Link

2nd February 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found floating in Mississippi River in Iowa, America. Link

2nd February 2015 – 37,000 birds killed due to avian flu near Netanya, Israel. Link

2nd February 2015 – 50,000+ fish dead due to sewage pollution in Cartagena, Colombia. Link

1st February 2015 – INFO: 67 sick Sea Lions washed ashore already this year, 'no muscle, no fat, just skin and bones', 'it's a real shock' in California, America. Link

1st February 2015 – 10 dead whales during the past month 'baffle scientist' along south coast of Australia. Link

31st January 2015 – 150 turtles found dead along beaches in Baja California, Mexico. Link

Dead Turtles in Mexico

30th January 2015 – INFO: 8 Million+ animals died in 2014 alone from vehicles in Belgium. Link

30th January 2015 – Hundreds of birds dying 'a mystery' in El Reno, Oklahoma, America. Link

29th January 2015 – 5,000 Birds to be killed due to avian flu in Washington State, America. Link

28th January 2015 – 60,000 fish dead due to pollution in a canal in Leicestershire, England. Link

28th January 2015 – Large die off of fish in a pond in Ambikapur, India. Link

28th January 2015 – 16 cows killed by lightning in Botucatu, Brazil. Link

27th January 2015 – 450 Turkeys dead, 8,000 culled due to bird flu in Kollam, India. Link

27th January 2015 – Mass stranding of dolphins, 4 or 5 dead along beaches in Pangasinan, Philippines. Link

27th January 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found along the Ngaso river in Indonesia. Link

26th January 2015 – Hundreds of sea birds found dead on a beach in northern Iceland. Link

26th January 2015 – 350 turtles washed up dead during past 2 months 'is worrying' along Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Link

26th January 2015 – 300 Birds dead 'due to hailstorm' in Ivaipora, Brazil. Link

26th January 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish appear in a dam in Apodaca, Mexico. Link

26th January 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a river in Saint-Loup-de-Gonois, France. Link

24th January 2015 – 40,000 turkeys to be killed due to avian flu in Sharon Region, Israel. Link

24th January 2015 – 4 TONS of fish die suddenly in fish ponds in Guangzhou, China. Link

23rd January 2015 – 10,000 dead fish found in the Lujan River in Argentina. Link

23rd January 2015 – 5,000+ dead fish in Oyster Creek in New Jersey, America. Link

23rd January 2015 – Large amount of dead fish found along an estuary in Bay of Plenty, New Zealand. Link

22nd January 2015 – Thousands of dead jellyfish wash up on Redcliffe Peninsula, Australia. Link

Dead Jellyfish in Australia

22nd January 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish appear in canals in Padre Island, Texas, America. Link

21st January 2015 – 22,573 birds killed due to avain flu in 7 states across Nigeria. Link

21st January 2015 – 73,000 birds killed due to avain flu in Kyushu, Japan. Link

21st January 2015 – 200 Birds dead covered in 'mystery goo' in California, America. Link

21st January 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found in ponds in Brownsville, Texas, America. Link

20th January 2015 – Mass die off of Tuna at a sea life park 'baffle experts' in Tokyo, Japan. Link

20th January 2015 – Hundreds of dead mackerel found in a lake in Nova Scotia, Canada. Link

20th January 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish appear in a canal in San Justo, Argentina. Link

19th January 2015 – Another 220,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Taiwan, China. Link

19th January 2015 – Massive fish kill along a Canal in Fort Myers, Florida, America. Link

19th January 2015 – Thousands of dead fish found in a river 'baffle authorities' in Gorakhpur, India. Link

19th January 2015 – 30 Bighorn sheep are dead 'due to pneumonia' in Montana, America. Link

19th January 2015 – Large die off of fish in a lake in Hanoi, Vietnam. Link

19th January 2015 – Thousands of fish die in a lake in Paranaita, Brazil. Link

18th January 2015 – 314 turtles wash ashore dead along beaches in Chennai, India. Link

18th January 2015 – Fish kill found in the waters of Holstein in Switzerland. Link

17th January 2015 – 100,000 turkeys killed due to avian flu in Aviel, Israel. Link

16th January 2015 – Dozens of sea birds found dead on a beach in ConCon, Chile. Link

16th January 2015 – 14 whales and 16 turtles washed up dead in Baja California, Mexico. Link

Dead Whales and Turtles Mexico

16th January 2015 – 200,000 chickens killed due to avian flu in Okayama, Japan. Link

15th January 2015 – Thousands (8 TONS) of fish wash up dead along beaches in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Link

15th January 2015 – 10,000 fish have died 'due to algae' in Lake Mission Viejo, California, America. Link

14th January 2015 – 160,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Taiwan, China. Link

14th January 2015 – 554 sea birds and 4 sea lions found dead on beaches in Baja California, Mexico. Link

13th January 2015 – 20,000 birds have died from avian flu in Jiangxi, China. Link

13th January 2015 – Dozens of birds found dead in Sultanpur National Park, India. Link

12th January 2015 – 2,000 Cattle are dead due to disease in Jonglei State, South Sudan. Link

12th January 2015 – Hundreds of pigeons are 'falling dead out of the sky' in Antrim, Northern Ireland. Link

10th January 2015 – Thousands of dead starfish wash up in Westerland, Germany. Link

Dead Starfish in Germany

10th January 2015 – Thousands of dead fish found in a river in Oaxaca, Mexico. Link

10th January 2015 – Thousands of fish dead 'due to pollution' in a canal in Leicestershire, England. Link

10th January 2015 – Thousands of dead fish found in a lake in Jabalpur, India. Link

9th January 2015 – 1,370 birds dead due to avian flu in Kano, Nigeria. Link

8th January 2015 – Thousands of birds 'die suddenly' due to avian flu in Lendah, Indonesia. Link

8th January 2015 – 150 Birds dead due to oil spill in Northwest Ohio, America. Link

7th January 2015 – UPDATE: 100,000+ dead seabirds found since October along west coast of America. Link

7th January 2015 – Hundreds of animals dead from wildfires in Southern Australia. Link

6th January 2015 – 10 dead beacked whales during the past couple of weeks 'baffle experts' on West Coast of Scotland. Link

6th January 2015 – Thousands of fish have died in Sher Shah lake in India. Link

6th January 2015 – Hundreds (possibly thousands) of dead snapper fish found, 'a mystery' in Doubtless Bay, New Zealand. Link

4th January 2015 – Thousands of fish have died in a fish farm in Kampung Baru, Malaysia. Link

2nd January 2015 – 7 Turtles found washed up dead during past week in Cattolica and Rimini, Italy. Link

2nd January 2015 – Large amount of dead fish wash ashore on a lake in Carlos Paz, Argentina. Link

2nd January 2015 – Thousands of dead birds washing ashore along the coast between California and Washington in America. Link

2nd January 2015 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a lake in Nevada, America. Link

Source: End Times Prophecy

Our Dying Planet

NOTE: → Deepening Honey Bee crisis as evidence shows a dramatic increase in die offs .. up to 50 percent of Bees are dying now creating worry over food supplyLink

NOTE: → Around 10 MILLION Bee Hives have been lost since 2006 with massive decreases every year. In 1947 the U.S had 6 million Bee colonies. Today that's down to 2.5 million! Link

NOTE: → (During the Past 7 years) A die-off of 6.7 million bats has occured in America due to the "white-nose syndrome" … Causing a 90% fall in bat populations. (Which has caused a "Potential Extinction" Event!) Link and here

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Now why are these mass deaths of Bees and Bats a concern for the world? Because Honey Bees don't just make honey. They also do the vital job of pollinating the majority of the flowering crops we have, from which we get much of our fruits, vegetables and nuts … including Beans, Soybean, Broccoli, Sprouts, Carrots, Cucumber, Onion, Parsnip, Squash, Tomato, Almonds, Cashew, Apple, Blackberry, Blueberry, Cacao, Coffee, Grapes, Kiwi, Mango, Pear, Raspberry, Alfalfa, Sesame, Sunflower … Just to name a few. A major part of the human diet comes from insect-pollinated plants. See this document for a more complete list and much more information about pollination.

And what about the bats? Well, not only do they help in pollinating other foods we eat, like Bananas, Mangoes, Dates, Figs, Peaches, Cashews, Guava and Avocados. They also consume incredible amounts of insects that are agricultural pests. The millions of bats that have died due to disease over the past 6 years would have consumed HUNDREDS OF TONNES of insects (pests) in ONE YEAR. Add this to the struggling crops because of adverse weather and you will see the problem.

Researchers discover red tide is deadlier than first thought (Link).

According to reports, Russia has dumped enormous amounts of radioactive waste and nuclear reactors

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into Arctic Sea and America has dumped millions of munitions into the sea … This is an example of what man is doing to the oceans, apart from all the massive oil leaks into the seas.

Are the World's Population of Songbirds Disappearing?

We depend on songbirds to keep the Earth's plant life flourishing. Like the bees, it is the birds who pollinate the flowers and disperse the seeds. They keep insects under control, protecting leaves and seeds and human crops.

But according to the world's leading bird scientists, songbirds are disappearing.

By some estimates, we may have lost almost half the songbirds that filled the skies almost forty years ago says respected ornithologist Bridget Stutchbury. Scientists around the globe are in a race against time to discover why this is happening, and what it means. (Link).

A quarter of Europe's bumblebees, vital to crops, face extinction

Almost a quarter of Europe's bumblebees are at risk of extinction … threatening pollination

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of crops worth billions of dollars, a study showed on Wednesday. It is preparing a global study of the bees, whose honeybee cousins are in steep decline because of disease.

Of the five most important insect pollinators of European crops, three are bumblebee species. (Link).

Mass Scallop Die Off 'Red Flag' For World's Oceans

An increase of acidity in the Pacific Ocean is quickly killing off one of the world's most beloved shellfish, the scallop, according to a report by the British Columbia Shellfish Grower's Association.

A recent study warned that ocean acidification is accelerating at a rate unparalleled in the life of the oceans-perhaps the fastest rate in the planet's existence-which is degrading marine ecosystems on a mass scale. (Link).

Minnesota Mystery: What's Killing the Moose?

Moose in Minnesota are dying at an alarming rate, and biologists are perplexed as to why.

In the 1980s, moose numbered about 4,000 in the northwest part of the state; today, there are about 100. In Northeast Minnesota, the population has dropped by half since 2006, to 4,300 from more than 8,800. In 2012, the decline was steep enough – 35 percent – that the state and local Chippewa tribes, which rely on moose meat for subsistence, called off the moose hunt. The mortality rate rebounded slightly this year, but moose continue to die at twice the normal rate to sustain a population. Researchers elsewhere, along the southern edge of moose territory in New Hampshire and Montana, are also beginning to notice declines in the animals' numbers (Link).

International Team of Ecologists Predict Seas will be EMPTY of Fish by 2048

THIS REPORT IS FROM 2006

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The cause: the disappearance of species due to overfishing, pollution, habitat loss, and climate change … The researchers analyzed several different kinds of data. Even to these ecology-minded scientists, the results were an unpleasant surprise … 'I was shocked and disturbed by how consistent these trends are — beyond anything we suspected,' Worm says in a news release.

'This isn't predicted to happen. This is happening now,' study researcher Nicola Beaumont, PhD, of the Plymouth Marine Laboratory, U.K., says in a news release … But the issue isn't just having seafood on our plates. Ocean species filter toxins from the water. They protect shorelines. And they reduce the risks of algae blooms such as the red tide. (Link).

Dead Sea Life Covers 98 Percent of Pacific Ocean Floor

Sea life in the Pacific Ocean is dying off at an alarming rate, and the peak of all this death and destruction coincides with a certain nuclear disaster that ironically occurred on the Pacific coast of Japan. Still, scientists analyzing what's referred to as 'sea snot' point their finger at global warming, refusing to even mention the radiation from Fukushima. Normally, this snot covers about 1 percent of the floor. Now, it seems to be covering about 98 percent of it. (Link).

More than half of Chinese rivers have 'Disappeared' since 1990s

About 28,000 rivers have disappeared from China's state maps, an absence seized upon by environmentalists as evidence of the irreversible natural cost of developmental excesses.

Only 22,909 rivers, covering an area of 100 square kilometres were located by surveyors, compared with the more than 50,000 present in the 1990s, a three-year study by the Ministry of Water Resources and the National Bureau of Statistics found. (Link).

70 Species of Fish in danger of Extinction in the Ukraine

Association of Fishermen in Ukraine has sounded the alarm as 70 types of domestic fish are on the verge of extinction. Experts under 'News of Ukraine magazine' Market Leader found out the reasons that jeopardize fish populations.

According to Alexander Chistyakov, the chairman of the Association of Fishermen of Ukraine, local water bodies are hotbeds for large number of diseases … In addition, Alexander Chistyakov said that there was a catastrophic decline in domestic flocks of native fish. (Link).

Study Highlights Catastrophic Collapse Of Saharan Wildlife

The world's largest tropical desert, the Sahara, has suffered a catastrophic collapse of its wildlife populations, according to a new study led by the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) and Zoological Society of London. They assessed 14 desert species, finding that half of those are regionally extinct or confined to one percent or less of their historical range.

The only species that still inhabits most of its historical range is the Nubian ibex, but even this species is classified as vulnerable due to numerous threats including widespread hunting. (Link).

Mysterious Mass Whale deaths in Argentina Mystify Scientists

Surprisingly large numbers of southern right whale calves are dying off the coast of

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Argentina, sparking concerns among marine scientists and conservation officials.

Something else is going on that has so far defied the efforts of scientists to get to the bottom of the situation. (Link).

300 Million Tons of Waste in the Mediterranean Sea

(Translated) In the Mediterranean, 17,000 marine species coexist with 300 million tonnes of waste. This was discovered by European scientists. The situation is the same in other seas and oceans. This is not only a threat to marine life, but also for the man – with seafood absorbs non-degradable waste.

Recently, a whale died off the coast of Portugal. Her stomach contained 17kg of plastic. This was enough to kill her. (Link).

Mutton Birds are Dying in their Thousands Nearly Every Year and Much More Frequently than ever Before

dead-mutton-birdsThe short-tailed shearwater birds migrate 10,000 kilometres from the Bering Sea, between Alaska and Japan, to Australian shores in late September to nest. Dr Lavers said they have eaten little on their journey and are exhausted by the flight.

She said it was normal for wrecks to occur every 10 years, and this usually indicated a particularly poor year for the birds with storms or no fish available on arrival. However, major wrecks had occurred every second year since 2007, pointing to a wider problem, she said … This isn't just a hiccough. This isn't just a freak event. It is not just that the fish have decided to relocate themselves for one or two years or three years. This is obviously an indication of a much wider problem. (Link).

Researchers Alarmed by Unusual High Mortality and Behaviour of Killer Whales off Coast of Canada

A Vancouver Aquarium whale researcher is sounding the alarm over what he calls 'puzzling' changes observed in the resident killer whale pods that live off the northern coast of B.C. and Alaska.

Barrett-Lennard says one resident pod has lost seven matriarchs over the past two years, an unusually high death rate, and he's also noticed a lack of vocalizations from the normally chatty mammals. Resident killer whales are typically very vocal in the summer but, for the second year in a row, they have been remarkably quiet, says Barrett-Lennard. So quiet that we often had difficulty finding them. (Link).

Sailor who Sailed from Australia to Japan says Ocean is Broken – Almost Dead!

IT was the silence that made this voyage different from all of those before it … What was missing was the cries of the seabirds which, on all previous similar voyages, had surrounded the boat. The birds were missing because the fish were missing.

Exactly 10 years before, when Newcastle yachtsman Ivan Macfadyen had sailed exactly the same course from Melbourne to Osaka, all he'd had to do to catch a fish from the ocean between Brisbane and Japan was throw out a baited line … But this time, on that whole long leg of sea journey, the total catch was two. No fish. No birds. Hardly a sign of life at all. (Link).

Fish Disappearing off Coast of Bulgaria due to Shale Gas Platform – Fishermen have Empty Nets!

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(Translation) Fishermen from Primorsko to the village are propishteli of empty nets … do not remember such a thing in my life, and for decades to come off the sea. Fish suddenly disappeared – and bonito and bluefish, and mullet, and Zargana, everything.

And yesterday he came back with an empty boat, holding in his hand his only catch of the day – a plastic bag with 2.5 pounds of horse mackerel.

According to fishermen in Tsarevo reason lies in the platform for shale gas, which in the summer is 10ish miles offshore … divers also told that the seabed in the area is covered with dead fish. (Link).

Sudden Disappearance of Sardines has Serious Effects on British Columbia Coast

A $32-million commercial fishery has inexplicably and completely collapsed this year on the B.C. coast.

The sardine seine fleet has gone home after failing to catch a single fish. And the commercial disappearance of the small schooling fish is having repercussions all the way up the food chain to threatened humpback whales.

Humpbacks are telling us that something has changed … Ocean systems are so complex, it's really hard to know what it means. For one year, I don't think there's any reason to be alarmed, but there is certainly reason to be curious. (Link).

Moose Die-Off Across North America Alarms Scientists

Across North America, in places as far-flung as Montana and British Columbia, New Hampshire and Minnesota – moose populations are in steep decline. And no one is sure why.

Twenty years ago, Minnesota had two geographically separate moose populations. One of them has virtually disappeared since the 1990s, declining to fewer than 100 from 4,000.

The other population, in northeastern Minnesota, is dropping 25 percent a year and is now fewer than 3,000, down from 8,000. (The moose mortality rate used to be 8 percent to 12 percent a year.) As a result, wildlife officials have suspended all moose hunting. (Link).

The Health of our Oceans is 'Declining Fast'

The health of the world's oceans is deteriorating even faster than had previously been

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thought, a report says.

It says conditions are ripe for the sort of mass extinction event that has afflicted the oceans in the past. (Link).

Killer Tree Fungus 'Out of Control' and 'Impossible to Stop' in United Kingdom

The deadly fungus, which is rife across mainland Europe, is now out of control in the East and South East of England and there have been outbreaks in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

The latest official figures reveal there are 571 infected sites in Britain, with 334 linked to imported ash trees, 213 in the wider environment and 24 in nurseries. (Link).

'White Plague' is Destroying Coral Reefs in the Caribbean

Twenty years ago you had to look pretty hard to find any occurrences of this disease, and now it's everywhere.

In recent years the white plague has killed 70-80 percent of some coral reefs.

Reports of non-bleaching coral disease have increased more than 50 times since 1965, and are contributing to declines in coral abundance and cover. (Link).

162 Worldwide Coastal "Dead Zones" in the 1980's: Now there are over 400 and Rising Sharply

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THIS IS A REPORT FROM 2008.

Dead zones are on the rise, says a new study that identified stark growth in the number of coastal areas where the water has too little oxygen to sustain marine life.

Diaz and co-author Rutger Rosenberg, of the University of Gothenburg in Sweden, said in a press release that dead zones are now the key stressor on marine ecosystems and rank with overfishing, habitat loss, and harmful algal blooms as global environmental problems. (Link).

Lake Babine Sockeye Fishery in Canada at Risk of Unprecedented Closure

Aboriginal people in British Columbia who rely on Skeena River sockeye are facing some extremely difficult decisions as sockeye salmon returns plunge to historic lows.

Only 453,000 sockeye are expected to swim along the Skeena this year, Kotyk said, compared to approximately 2.4 million last year, forcing all commercial and recreational Skeena sockeye fisheries to be closed.

… We think something happened in the ocean … We've never seen anything like this in all these years I've done this. I've asked the elders and they have never seen anything like this at all. (Link).

Is a Fracking Boom in Texas Leaving the State Bone Dry and Killing off Thousands of Cattle?

The day that we ran out of water I turned on my faucet and nothing was there and at

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that moment I knew the whole of Barnhart was down the tubes, she said, blinking back tears. I went: 'dear God help us'. That was the first thought that came to mind.

Three years of drought, decades of overuse and now the oil industry's outsize demands on water for fracking are running down reservoirs and underground aquifers.

Ranchers dumped most of their herds. Cotton farmers lost up to half their crops. The extra draw down, coupled with drought, made it impossible for local ranchers to feed and water their herds, said Buck Owens. In a good year, Owens used to run 500 cattle and up to 8,000 goats on his 7,689 leased hectares (19,000 acres). Now he's down to a few hundred goats. (Link).

Pacific Tuna Stocks in Alarming Decline

The outcome of the meeting demonstrates that there are simply too many industrial fishing vessels plundering the Pacific, using highly destructive fishing techniques that have wide and damaging impacts on the ecosystem.

The Pacific region's most valuable tuna, the Pacific bluefin, is now down to just four per cent of its original stock size and other tuna stocks are at risk of following this catastrophic decline unless urgent management action is taken. (Link).

50% of Germany's 1.2 Million Bee Colonies in 1990 have Died off

(NOTE: this has been translated) The last more than 10 years, bees are a large number of deaths worldwide, the number of bees are being phased out. Germany's colonies fell from 1.2 million in 1990 by nearly half. (Link).

Dolphin Strandings on East Coast of America Alarm Scientists

Above-average occurrences of dolphins washing ashore dead or dying along the US East Coast has marine scientists concerned.

The Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center initially dismissed suggestions that the dolphin deaths were connected, but now it is reevaluating its position. We are a little bit concerned about it, the Virginia Aquarium's Mark Swingle told WAVY. It's definitely at a much higher level than we're used to seeing at this time of year. (Link).

Decline in Birds Across the Globe Indicate a Planet in Peril

Declines in birds across the globe are providing evidence of a rapid deterioration in the global environment that is affecting all life on earth – including people.

The status of the world's birds continues to get worse with many species slipping towards extinction and others in steep decline … Birds provide an accurate and easy to read environmental barometer that allows us to see clearly the pressures our current way of life are putting on the world's biodiversity. (Link).

Rise of Jellyfish Reveals the Sickness of the World's Oceans

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The rapid growth over the last few decades of these creatures is a sign of the planet's deteriorating marine health, according to expert Lisa-ann Gershwin. Gershwin says that these enchanting and lovely invertebrates are in fact harbingers of the health of the oceans. They're an indicator that something is out of balance, she told Bob McDonald, host of CBC Radio's Quirks & Quarks. So they're kind of the canaries in the coal mine, if you will. Except whereas a canary dies when something's wrong, jellyfish flourish when something's wrong. (Link).

Atlantic Puffins Population in Peril in the United States

The Atlantic puffin population is at risk in the United States, and there are signs the seabirds are in distress in other parts of the world. The survival rates of fledglings on Maine's two largest puffin colonies plunged last summer, and puffins are in declining health at the largest puffin colony in the Gulf, on a Canadian island about 10 miles off eastern Maine. There are enough signals suggesting that puffins and other seabirds could be in trouble, said Rebecca Holberton, a professor at the University of Maine who has studied puffins for years. (Link).

60% of Animal and Plant Species Studied have Declined in the Past 50 Years in UK

The State of Nature report, compiled by 25 wildlife organisations – from the RSPB to the British Lichen Society – collates assessments of 3,148 species. According to the document, reasons for the decline are many and varied but include rising temperatures and habitat degradation.
– Turtle doves have declined by 93% since 1970.
– Hedgehogs have declined by around a third since the millennium.
– The small tortoiseshell butterfly has declined in abundance by 77% in the last ten years.
– The early bumblebee (Bombus pratorum) and the tormentil mining bee (Andrena tarsata) have shown strong declines in range since 1970.
– The population size of the V-moth is estimated to be less than 1% of what it was in the 1960s.
– Corn cleavers has undergone one of the most dramatic declines of any plant species. (Link).

Bat Populations Have Dropped 90 Percent in Virginia and North Carolina

North Carolina: Biologists checking on bats that hibernate in mines and caves in the region

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were hoping against hope this year that a fungus killing bats in the Northeast might have traveled south without quite the lethal power. They have been disappointed. White-nose syndrome has claimed more than 90 percent of bats in three sites around the region, the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission announced this week, and has now been found in seven Western North Carolina counties. (Link).

Virginia: A mysterious disease that devastated bats in the Northeast is now turning Virginia caves into similar killing chambers, wiping out 89 to 99 percent of some populations. The grim figures, previously unreleased, come from a survey of 21 Virginia bat caves that scientists conducted from January to mid-March. (Link).

Scientists Try to Save the Frogs as Time Runs Out

In moist, mossy rooms, rows of glass aquariums bathed in eerie light shelter the last of the last of the frogs. It is a secure facility, for here reside the sole survivors of their species, rescued from the wild before a modern plague swept through their forests and streams in a ferocious doomsday event that threatens the planet's amphibians with extinction.

The caretakers hope they will be able to encourage these finicky, exotic, mysterious captives to breed, and then return their progeny – somehow, someday, somewhere – to the wild. It is much harder than you might think. Because the thing that is killing the frogs is still out there.

In the pristine tropical forests of the world, the waters still run clear and clean, and the jungle is, as ever, a riot of green, grasping life. But something is missing. Where there was once a crazy cacophony of frog song, all day, all night, there is now a spooky quiet. The streams have gone silent. The frogs are gone. (Link).

Vole Population Booms on the Decline in Europe

The fate of a major European ecosystem depends on populations of a tiny, mouse-like creature: the vole. Voles are close to the bottom of the food chain, and the fate of these animals tends to have a ripple effect on the rest of the ecosystem, said ecologist Xavier Lambin of the University of Aberdeen in the U.K. The shrinking of population booms will have a profound effect on vole predators, such as owls, kestrels, weasels and foxes, Lambin said. (Link).

All but 23 of 10,000 Bats in Bucks County Bat Mine Have Died

Bucks County's largest bat population has met a grim fate. Scientists have confirmed that nearly all of the 10,000 bats that have hibernated in an abandoned iron ore mine in Upper Bucks for generations have died.

Bucks County's bats were wiped out by a disease that has been killing bat colonies across the Northeast at an alarming rate in the last four years … In Pennsylvania, 98 percent of cave-hibernating bats have died. (Link).

Monarch Butterflies Drop Ominously in Mexico

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The number of Monarch butterflies making it to their winter refuge in Mexico dropped 59 percent this year, falling to the lowest level since comparable record-keeping began 20 years ago, scientists reported.

It was the third straight year of declines for the orange-and-black butterflies that migrate from the United States and Canada … The decline in the Monarch population now marks a statistical long-term trend and can no longer be seen as a combination of yearly or seasonal events, the experts said. (Link).

Deadly Bat Fungus now in 22 U.S. States

The deadly and mysterious fungus has killed millions of bats since it was first observed in February 2006. The fungus has now been found in 22 US states and five Canadian provinces … bat populations that contract the fungus have a 70 to 100 percent mortality rate. There is no known cure or treatment. (Link).

African Forest Elephants in Serious Decline

Forest elephant numbers have decreased by 62% across Central Africa over the last 10 years, according to a study … The analysis confirmed fears that African forest elephants (Loxodonta cyclotis) are heading for extinction, possibly within the next decade … Although we were expecting to see these results, we were horrified that the decline over the period of a mere decade was over 60%, Dr Maisels told BBC Nature (Link).

Scottish Seabird Populations Plummet

SEABIRD populations in Scotland are continuing to fall dramatically, according to a new report published by Scottish Natural Heritage … Over a 25-year period, they have seen a drop of more than 50 percent … From 1986 to 2011, the numbers of seabirds breeding in Scotland dropped by around 53 per cent, continuing a downward trend over recent years … The worst-hit species included the Arctic skua, down 74 percent, Arctic tern, which fell by 72 percent, and the black-legged kittiwake, down by 66 percent (Link).

Massive Coral Reef Die-Off

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A massive coral reef die-off is happening all over the world. In Australia, more than half of the Great Barrier Reef has died and disappeared during the past 27 years, according to a study by scientists. (Link). The Reef is under attack from a range of enemies including coral bleaching, increased severe storms, and ocean acidification, pollutant discharge from the land, coastal development, and damage from fishing. (Link)

In Hawaii, a mysterious coral die-off is prompting scientists to take a closer look at what may be killing large areas of coral reef (Link and Here).

The coral reefs in Northeastern Brazil are in an even worse state, with 80 percent over the past 50 years dying, due to "abusive extraction and pollution from urban and industrial sources", a report says. (Link)

Collapse of Sardine Fisheries in the Caribbean

The southern Carribean has experienced a collapse of its Sardine fisheries during the past 10 years. They have fallen by as much as 87 percent. Since 2005 plankton levels in the Caribbean have reduced significantly, which, coupled with overfishing, may have contributed to the collapse of these fisheries.

The Venezuelan sardine catch has dropped from about 200,000 tonnes in 2004 to less than 40,000 tonnes today (Link).

Oceans Could be Running out of Fish

Global fish stocks are exploited or depleted to such an extent that without urgent measures, we may be the last generation to catch food from the oceans. Global Fish consumption has hit a record high and around 85 percent of global fish stocks are over-exploited, depleted or fully exploited. Large areas of the seabed resemble a desert. (Link. Also Here)

Dramatic Increase in Whale Strandings

During the past 20 years in Australia, only about 5 Whale strandings were recorded per year. But there

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were 25 strandings recorded in 2011 alone, prompting a long term investigation into the health of the whale population. A lot of juvenile whales are found washed up on beaches, giving an indication that these animals are either starving or are diseased. (Link)

Almost everyday we are seeing reports from all around the world of whale and dolphin strandings and deaths, with mass strandings happening more frequently.

Only 100 Cod Left in North Sea?

Adult Cod in the North Sea have been decimated and only around 100 over the age of 13 are left, raising concern over the future of Cod. A survey of catches at European ports has found that fishermen did not catch a single cod over the age of 13 last year (2011). This means that there are fewer eggs and larvae to perpetuate future generations. (Link)

Huge Fall in Shark Numbers

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New research suggests that the number of Sharks have fallen by 90 percent and could be heading for extinction, and yet millions are killed every year for asian delicacies. The more we study sharks, the worse the picture becomes, and the stronger the case becomes for conservation efforts. (Link)

And Sharks also play a vital role in the ecosystem of the seas. A study done by Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, is among the few to document the cascading effects that the loss of a top predator can have on a marine ecosystem. (Link)

N.American Freshwater Fish Race to Extinction

North American freshwater fishes are going extinct at an alarming rate compared with other species. The rate of extinctions increased noticeably after 1950, although it has leveled off in the past decade. The number of extinct species has grown by 25 percent since 1989. At least 57 North American species and subspecies, and 3 unique populations, have gone extinct since 1898. (Link)

Little Penguin on Brink of Extinction

The Little Penguin population on Granite Island in Australia has gone from 1600 ten years ago to just 20 today and faces extinction. 160 little penguins have been found dead along South Australia's coastline in the past year. The full reasons for the decline remains a mystery and fears the colony will soon disappear altogether. (Link)

Penguin Populations Plummet

During past 20 years, 36% of Penguin Colony have been decimated due to lack of food. The birds depend on

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krill as their main source of their diet. The tiny shrimp-like creature attaches to chunks of ice in the Antarctic ocean. But as the ice melts, the krill population dwindles. (Link)

Penguins are telling us a story that we need to hear. They are particularly vulnerable to environmental changes, and at this time, 11 out of the 18 species are listed as Vulnerable or Endangered. (Link)

Fish With Cancer!!

The first ever case of Cancer (Melanoma) in Fish has been discovered in the Great Barrier Reef, affecting 15% of the Fish there, which could be the harbinger of a human health crisis. The Great Barrier Reef is directly beneath a gaping hole in the Earth's ozone layer. And this is the first (disturbingly strong) evidence that fish are developing skin cancer from ultraviolet radiation outside of a research laboratory. (Link)

Planet Earth in Crisis

This world is a planet in crisis. During the past 40 years, the numbers of wildlife populations have plummeted by more than 30 percent. It comes in the face of record over-consumption of natural resources with serious implications for human health and well-being. (Link)

UK Butterfly in Decline

The Butterfly in the UK continues to decline with a 40% decline in numbers over the past few years. Butterfly Conservation has blamed the decline on last year's (2011) record-breaking cold summer, but also said there was a long-term and ongoing deterioration of suitable butterfly habitat across the countryside. (Link)

Disease hits Bees, Bats and Frogs

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Disease continues to ravage bat, bee and amphibian populations, with many species at risk of extinction. It appears that many species are under an immense amount of stress, allowing opportunistic diseases to take hold. (Link)

It's amazing when you look at the number of Bee and Bat deaths over the past several years. 3 MILLION colonies of Bees have died off. And 6.7 MILLION Bats have died. And both Bees and Bats are vital in the production of many foods we eat.

Europe's Bird Crisis

Devastating declines in farmland birds have seen 300 million being wiped out over past 30 years, which is a 50 percent drop. In order to boost food production across Europe, the wholesale ripping up of hedgerows, draining of wetlands and ploughing over of meadows has robbed farmland birds of their homes and food. Numbers of linnets, turtle doves and lapwings have crashed as a result. (Link)

In the United Kingdom the Bird population has declined by 44 million since 1966. House sparrows were found to be among the worst hit, with numbers down by 20 million compared with the 1960's. (Link)

Invertebrate Species Under Threat

One-Fifth Of World's Invertebrate Species (earthworms to bees to butterflies to lobsters and beyond) face extinction. The scientists report that the creatures face a vast array of different threats, with mollusks suffering from pollution originating from agricultural sources and construction and crayfish facing threats from invasive species and illness. (Link)

24 Responses to Racing Toward Total Extinction

  1. jjwalters says:

    THAT is what I have been thinking for years . . . and in my own opinion going back to the future is the only way . . . as well as the least likely for us to take.

    I hope you don’t mind if I copy/paste this into my blog jjwaltersblog.wordpress.com

  2. Alex says:

    Brilliant compendium of many of the current problems, it’s refreshing on one hand to see others aware and stirred by this, yet on the other, it compounds how dire things currently are for life our planet.

    Please keep spreading truth and awareness to all who will listen

  3. Wolf says:

    Immediate actions everyone must take: Immediately reduce energy consumption 25 – 50%, Ride a bike, catch a bus or train, walk, Stop using plastic and reject any product wrapped or made of plastic to the extent possible, stop buying bottled water (put in a Reverse Osmosis Filter (It will get a good percentage of Fluoride out of your water and again your health will likely improve) decent prices can be had in Australia Filter Systems Australia are a fraction of the cost of American Models, stop buying processed foods to the extent possible (Your health will improve in any case), Fight fight fight, Inform neighbours, friends, family, politicians (Go in numbers incessantly). Inform the global activist organisations. Finally, Prepare for food shortages and that means informing others since the more people that are prepared the better off everyone is, plan for security in regions and neighborhoods and that doesn’t mean hiding, think about the more vulnerable people in your region and how the community might assist and support them in hard times…

  4. […] Our collective future quite literally now rely on those that are awake and willing to help sound the alarm. Standing still and complaining to others about the converging catastrophes will not help our situation. We must all learn to effectively reach out to all the groups, organizations, and individuals that are still oblivious to the immediate peril we face. Every single day matters. – Dane Wigington […]

  5. emma says:

    Tim, I fear you are right. Today I have realised there is no point to anything anymore. I am not depressed or negative person but we cannot ignore this fact any longer. Our time will be over very soon. In my lifetime I am sure. I am 40.

  6. R D M says:

    So Ted (unabomber) Ted was right.

  7. R D M says:

    Interesting that when ‘they’ control everything, everything will die….and here’s the rub, ‘they’ will die, too. HAARP, SRM(chemtrails/aerosole spraying) and constant toxicity of every industry will cause us all to derail. Wonder if, after another million years or so of repairing herself, Mother Earth will need us as an Apex Predator.

  8. Steven Vogue says:

    Surely all of us know of at least one friend or acquaintance who appeared to be in radiant good health, functioning quite normally, had great plans and aspirations, and all at once via routine checkup or experiencing an unusual symptom found that not only did they have cancer, but that they would succumb to it within 3 months or less.

    Many of us, including myself, carry on with our daily habituations such as making love, socializing at parties, buying new stuff, creating great plans and having magnificent aspirations. We are so busy with our own agendas that few of us take the time to get a checkup on our own health, let alone investigate the health of our mother — Earth.

    Sure, we hear rumblings that the planet has a few aches and pains and that we should do something or it can become serious — unless you buy the Republican line that would have us believe that Climate Change is merely a figment of someone’s imagination.

    After reading this compendium of evidence I feel like I am taking the pulse of the planet and it doesn’t sound good!
    The facts reported here read like a book on pathology — Earth pathology. The planet has a plethora of illnesses.

    Well doctor, what is your diagnosis and your prognosis for patient Planet Earth? Do you have any remedies? Is it terminal?

  9. Falcon says:

    What makes you think it’s humans? Looks like more to me. Humans are good workers/followers.

  10. Tim says:

    I don’t even feel like going to work anymore. We are doomed. I don’t see any way this will be stopped. Read GOING DARK. It is over. Go do what you wanted to do. Spend time with your family. Life is over.

  11. WrenchMonkey says:

    Every living thing changes the environment by simply existing. However, the changes caused by non-human beings develop and conspire in a way that maintains the balance between what is taken and what is returned.

    Human civilisation doesn’t just change the environment, but destroys it utterly, sterilizes it. It takes everything and returns nothing.

    In my humble opinion the Neolithic Revolution was a wrong turn on a one way street to extinction. Prior to that colossal evolutionary blunder humans were foragers who practiced gathering and hunting in small groups.

    The Paleolithic ended around 15,000 years ago and sometime shortly thereafter, in the early stages of the Neolithic Period, something happened that took the human species off the path of natural evolution.

    Somewhere around 10,000 to as long as 13,000 years ago our ancestors started behaving oddly. They abandoned the way of Life that had allowed the primate family Hominidae, the hominids, which includes H. sapiens, to survive for some five million years.

    Archaeological evidence from locations such as Gobekli Tepe, in southeastern Turkey, indicates that, at least eleven thousand years ago, Neolithic humans started building large structures, temples, places for ritualistic gatherings. At the same time, most significantly and most damning, we began to think of ourselves as separate from and superior to all other Life of Earth.

    “Anthropologists have assumed that organized religion began as a way of salving the tensions that inevitably arose when hunter-gatherers settled down, became farmers, and developed large societies. Göbekli Tepe, to Schmidt’s way of thinking, suggests a reversal of that scenario: The construction of a massive temple by a group of foragers is evidence that organized religion could have come before the rise of agriculture and other aspects of civilization. It suggests that the human impulse to gather for sacred rituals arose as humans shifted from seeing themselves as part of the natural world to seeking mastery over it” (emphasis added). (source)

    We were thus set upon the path of ecocide.

    We allowed ourselves to be overwhelmed by pathological anthropocentricity. We built permanent settlements and began the drastic and destructive modification of the ecosystem. As a consequence there came the hierarchies needed to administer, govern and control rapidly growing populations. We became “civilised”.

    We created exploitative consumer societies that exhausted the carrying capacities of their landbases. Settlements became villages, towns, cities, nations and empires, all of which inevitably consumed more than the land could provide.

    When any given society or culture can no longer be sustained by its landbase, it must seek more resources elsewhere. This means taking them from the area outside its borders and that area is often already occupied by someone else. So we invented invasion, colonisation, occupation, wars of conquest and genocide.

    We came to “believe” we had the unquestionable right to exploit everything and everyone in order to continue upon this new path. We developed a sense of entitlement and invented religions and then technologies to support it and today the cancer of civilisation has spread around the world.

    The human race is in trouble. So is all Life on Earth. And we all spend our time arguing over how to treat the symptoms of the disease that is murdering the planet rather than trying to eliminate the disease itself.

    A disease is not cured by putting band-aids on the symptoms. To be rid of the disease, the source must be eradicated. The source of the disease that’s killing our Mother is industrial civilisation. The end of civilisation as we know it is prerequisite to the continuation of human Life on Earth.

    This is not to say that the human race must be destroyed. But, after many years in denial, during which time I clung desperately to a utopian illusion of a sustainable, enlightened, techno-industrial society, I have finally reached the conclusion that industrial civilisation must be brought to an end or the human species will effectively destroy itself and possibly all Life on Earth.

    Acculturation to the compartmentalised nature of industrial civilisation makes it extremely difficult for its individual members to reach an understanding of its mortiferous nature. The forest cannot be seen for the trees as it were. People just don’t see the “big picture”. They are consumed with their own pet issues, their specialised functions and their own self-interest. They are incapable of taking a holistic viewpoint.

    However, it should, by now, be getting a lot easier for people to see that this system cannot be “fixed”, that we can’t get things back to “normal”, that our “civilised” normal is the problem, not the solution.

    That the extraction and consumption of non-renewable resources without restraint cannot go on forever should be self-evident to anyone. Yet this culture not only consumes non-renewables with reckless abandon but devours or destroys renewables, like land, trees, food, air and water, at a rate far surpassing that of their recovery. Any culture or species that depends for its very existence upon such a system cannot endure.

    What is the big picture?

    Industrial civilisation is unsustainable and irredeemable. Its members, both rulers and ruled, will not voluntarily enact the changes needed to transform it to a culture that is rational, sustainable and natural. Therefore, it will collapse.

    Civilisation will collapse in due course without any extra “help” or it could be dismantled voluntarily, logically and rationally with the aim of making the transition as painless as possible.

    The human species, if it is to survive, must return to the natural world, find its proper place there and accept it with humility.

    Just my opinion

  12. Barbie says:

    JJ and Michel you are correct that people need to be made aware of all that is happening! However, just as many cannot concieve that Our Creator cares enough about us or this planet to intervene, many if not most people cannot or WILL. NOT ALLOW themselves to see the evidence of such things as geoengineering (Matthew 24:37-39)! Add to that, the cumulative, long lasting, and destructive damage that is coming upon us right now from Fukushima radiation ( follow Enernews), GMOs, and so much more. Man has been allowed to “play God” just long enough to prove that he has neither the RIGHT nor the ABILITY to rule himself and others successfully!! That is the question that was raised thousands of years ago in the Garden of Eden! Therefore, we humans really should not limit the Creator, who had the power and ability to create this glorious planet, as well as the entire universe, to what imperfect humans have done or will do!! As for humans “messing it up again”, God has promised that once He has cleaned up and removed all the destructive elements (as well as those who refuse to submit to His rulership over the earth ) He will NOT ALLOW any individual to start this destructive process all over again. The question of WHO has the right to rule will have finally and PERMANENTLY be answered! (Psalms 37:10,11,29) No human, or even well meaning group of humans, truly has the ability to reverse the effects of all that has come upon our planet! Uncontrolled and unseen elements from massive radiation releases, such as we have at Fukushima, have LONG lasting and deadly repurcussions. Hundreds if not THOUSANDS of years! All these unseen yet silent killers ( chemtrails, GMOs, and so on ) are the byproducts of greedy and destructive human rulers who have their own agendas for humanity and this planet, in opposition to our Creators purpose! Only He can reverse all that afflicts this planet (Revelation 21:3,4).

  13. JJ McCartney says:

    The plight of the ecosystems of the world are of course very disturbing, but what is even more disturbing is the denial I see all around this nation.

    People have their heads buried so deep in the sand that they actually get angry when you dare to try and get them to awaken long enough to make note of the impending wildfire threatening them.

    As a native Alaskan, I grew up in the splendor of nature, and have a tremendous appreciation for the miraculous creation of God, teeming with life, and I found adventure in the woods, forests, lakes and streams.

    Winters were just as wondrous. I was always amazed at how every life form could burrow in and hunker down to survive even the -60 degree temperatures in some of the most vibrant areas of the Great Land.

    And now, thanks in large part to evil corporate magnates and global power-brokers, our oceans are issuing the critical alarms, but far too few are hearing the warning bells. Fewer still are heeding them.

    As a spirit-filled Christian, I believe that man will not be permitted to annihilate himself as a species, but I do see great sin in the poor stewardship of the world God created to sustain us.

    I urge everybody to toss off the status-quo, and make significant changes, and make significant preparation for the hardships which are sure to come.

    And please, support the cause of GeoEngineeringWatch.org as Dane and his associates press on in the effort to warn people and spur them to ACT!

  14. Michel B says:

    The litany of environmental destruction in this article is terrifying and it is obviously the result of all that we inflict upon our earth, pollution of all types including the UN Agenda 21-led SRM programs. SRM is a means to an end and that end is control over land use and property rights. Fill the soils and water with enough aluminium oxide and deprive it of rainfall and it doesn’t matter who privately owns it, they will not be able to grow anything in it. Hence Monsanto’s abiotic gene technologies come to the rescue! Of course by then agriculture will be further down the road of corporatisation and out of private hands.

    All the decline in ecosystems outlined in the article are ‘only’ the side effect of this power grab. By ‘only’, I mean it is the price that they are very willing to pay in order to achieve their goals. ‘They’ see this price as ‘only’. Do you think they really care about bats, frogs, whales and insects when there is so much power to gain? We find it devastating because we don’t see the power and control over whole nations and countries as worth the destruction. But we are not dealing with rational beings. We are dealing with a psychopathic core of power mongers who will go as far as destroying everything in order to ‘control’ it. They are not amenable to any view of this being madness.

    This is also a sobering fact to have to wake up to, that there are people who have control over all the power centres of today’s world and are using it to further their domination. Because it is an insatiable appetite, there is no means too extreme for them to not use. I sympathise with the religious beliefs and acknowledge the biblical prophecies, but I do not share the outlook that a benevolent god will save us in the end. The bible’s prophecies are spot on which only goes to show that just several thousand years ago, there were some people wise enough to know that given enough time humans would fill the earth and given our nature would destroy it too. But as to being saved, we have to do that ourselves.

    Spread the word on this website as it is the most comprehensive outlining on the issue and look up FreedomForceInternational.org for G. Edward Griffin’s work on a solution to collectivism via a creed of values promoting a Constitutional Republic.

  15. Robin Rich says:

    I have known that our earth was being stressed for a long time. I was hoping people would start seeing the light and try to turn this around. I just don’t think they do.

    I try to educate people and they just look at me like I am crazy. I wish I knew what else I could do.

  16. Gwen says:

    I am REALLY REALLY PISSED OFF! (apologies if I offend anyone)… We have such advanced technology now that I do not see why we can’t test for the heavy metals, pollutants, nuclear or ATHERMAL radiation, WHATEVER, and start holding WHOMEVER accountable. And please don’t tell me it is too complex or expensive. What the hell good is CERN doing us?!!! HELLO… CERN GENIUS’s… this crisis should be a snap for you guys to solve.
    Would not a few chemical lab results (minus the politics please) narrow down the “We don’t know’s” these so called “EXPERTS”, all glazy-eyed, keep spewing? Humanities’ focus on USELESS advanced research and technology clearly has been highjacked so we can all have the latest shiny useless tech-toys. How about an APP to scan for chemicals in the dead, deformed plants in my back yard. Now that would be usefull!!!
    I hope all these PRESTIGEOUS UNIVERSITIES, SCIENTISTS, GOVERNMENT EXPERTS, AND HIGHLY EDUCATED SPECIALISTS get their heads out of their asses before we all go down with the ship. I hold these people just as accountable as the Filth at the top!
    And where the hell are all the Astrologers’ help on this issue?… just stick with me on this one for a minute… IF there is such thing as a REAL astrologer, could one of you with a conscience please contact Dane and Company and advise them like you do Presidents, Royalty, and Big Business!!! Come on people, lets think out of the box a little!
    I SWEAR EVERYONE I TALK TO IS HYPNOTISED.

  17. Barbie says:

    Thank you Debbie. You explained it quite clearly. All the evidence points to the fact that we are very, very close to the Great day of God Almighty and His intervention. Gods kingdom is the only solution. We as humans are limited.

  18. I hope you are writing a book Dane..if interested we could help..www.wisewomenink.com

  19. Bobby says:

    I’ve wondered countless times, why are we so consumed with this fiasco and yet, others including my immediate family, who think I’m just a little crazy, but cute and funny, which makes my blood boil, unable to see this for what it is……annihilation. And the MSM just goes about their usual mindless, junk news. The gov’t won’t even acknowledge anything relating to this, trust me, I’ve emailed whitehouse.gov multiple times and never got a response, till they pick me up for fema camp assignment I guess. And most people are absolutely oblivious. After all, Big Brother, American Idol and Tattoo Nightmares is still on along with McDonalds and Chic Filet still serving crap to go. It’s beyond unbelievable. I feel Dane’s pain, literally. I honestly wish I was one of these people that don’t have a clue. Is it the ‘trails that are causing this? And is it WE who are affected? Are we the delerious ones? What can we do as the “surfs” when no one higher up in the food chain gives a rat’s ass? Get the hell out of California guys. They are obviously targeting the great state so that Monsanto can set up shop. The corps. have won. Money trumps all in the pitiful United States of Corruption. Obama is such a joke of a disappointment. To think, how pissed I was at all who voted for traitor Satan baby ritual killer Bush the younger, all whilst voting for Oblunder twice myself. Apologies to all for my stupid, gullible idiotic self. I really wish Putin would help us all and just nuke the living FUCK out of this country and end our misery, end our greed, end our whole godless existence. The Earth and Animals deserve much better than what we’ve offered. The Hell with us!!!

  20. TWP says:

    Well that’s pretty depressing. Makes me incredibly sick about the planet I’m leaving behind for my child. I pray it’s not as dire as it sounds and as if there is a turn around. Our children don’t deserve this.

  21. I am a concerned senior ..I agree with everything in this article..most people & few friends I have in my age group are not only not concerned..some are duh..so dumbed down (they have no idea whats going on & do not care to discuss anything ..just eat & watch tv)!!!!!

  22. Kathleen Gabel says:

    Thank you Dane. You put a lot of work into this post. It is helpful yet tragic to see all this info in one place. Thank you for setting us straight.

  23. NM Knight says:

    Reading through each title and clicking the links has left me feeling anxious and sick. We are all alive in a time of real change…albeit man made and quite horrific.

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