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A Massive Fish Die-Off is Underway In Mobile Bay, AL: “This Has Never Been Seen Before and Tests Reveal Not Related to Red Bloom”

A widespread fish kill is underway across Mobile Bay. It appears to be affecting primarily filter-feeding fish such as menhaden, sardines, alewives and shad. Dead fish are present in the shallows and on beaches on both sides of the bay, from Point Clear to Daphne on the eastern shore and from Arlington Point south to…

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Another Mass Die-Off: Tens of Thousands of Dead Fish Wash Up on Ancol Beach Near Jakarta, Indonesia

Following the finding of tens of thousands of dead fish, resulting in a pungent smell, along Ancol Beach in North Jakarta on Monday, environmental campaign group Greenpeace has cited three possible causes for the phenomenon. “…Behold, at my rebuke I dry up the sea, I make the rivers a wilderness: their fish stinketh, because there…

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A Rare Phenomenon: Scientists Stunned and Baffled by Thousands of Dying Starfish That Mysteriously Washed Up On Moreton Island

Thousands of dying starfish have mysteriously washed up on an island in what has been deemed a rare natural phenomenon. Tour guide Rhett Ericsen-Miller stumbled upon the stranded sealife with a tour group near Tangalooma Wrecks, a fleet of shipwrecks, in southeast Queensland’s Moreton Island. The video he uploaded on Facebook has amassed nearly 20…

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Scientists Have Just Recorded The Largest Mass Die-Off Ever: 337 Beached Whales Discovered Dead in Patagonia, Chili

Scientists made a startling discovery on an observation flight over a remote fjord in southern Chile’s Patagonia: 337 dead whales. That is the biggest single whale stranding event known to science. Because of the remoteness of the area and the roughness of the seas, scientists have not been able to examine the whales directly, but…

The malva (or mallow) flowers on the floor of the Atacama desert bloom every five to seven years, usually coinciding with El Nino. But they have been taking advantage of this year’s particularly rainy conditions, leading to the “most spectacular blossoming of the past 18 years.” (Photo AFP)

Only Because Of Our Heavenly Father: Once Barren and Plagued by Drought, The Driest Desert In the World Is Now Covered in Flowers

COPIAPO, CHILE: The Atacama Desert, one of the driest deserts on Earth, is experiencing an explosion of color as a rare springtime bloom of flowers covers every hillside. This story is an amazing phenomenon that defies the foolish wisdom of man, providing yet another example of the colossal and majestic power of our Heavenly Father. 22 Hast thou…