20-mile fish kill: 100,000 dead fish in Arkansas River; Too big to clean up -- North of Lousiana (VIDEO)

Dead fish cover 20-miles of Arkansas River, KTHV Little Rock, Arkansas, January 2, 2010:

Arkansas Game & Fish is trying to figure out why one-hundred thousand fish in Northwest Arkansas turned up dead. They were found along a 20-mile stretch between the Ozark dam and Highway 109 bridge, that's in Franklin County. ...

Keith Stephens with the Game and Fish explains... "We'll have raccoon and birds and things like that will take care of it so there is really no clean up, it's really too big. ..." ...

The Arkansas Game & Fish Commission is also investigating thousands of dead birds in Beebe.

4 comments to 20-mile fish kill: 100,000 dead fish in Arkansas River; Too big to clean up -- North of Lousiana (VIDEO)

  • Tiffany

    So...without knowing what killed them - the raccoons etc will take care of the clean up??? This is completely insane.
    Who makes these decisions? Will we no have more dead birds and crazed mutaant scavengers? With thought processes like this - we simply don't deserve this beautiful planet.

  • xdrfox

    Drum have a bonny plate behind the eyes that float there, HARRP or is it that they are a bottom feeder ?? Gases from the deep there where 487 earthquakes in Arkasas since Setp. 20, 2010 ?

  • premurderedGOM

    the time has come to prepare. dump the TV, get a pre-pay phone, close your accounts. turn off cable, get your computer off the grid, use wi-fi. stop paying rent, save money, camp if you have to or buy a camper/van. start stocking food[climate controlled storage is option food/supplies] silver coins, copper pennies. scrap metal. get in shape, exercise. read Survivalacresblog; Desdemona Despair; this isn't no friggin drill. look around the world. we are being mass exterminated. there are many posters here that know the truth, but what have you done about it? please protect yourselves and your families from the inevitable...... premurdered, over and out.

  • chelly

    Horrifying. I reported an injured dog I saw on the tollway at rush hour today, but the thought of MILLIONS, UPON MILLIONS of critters being killed like this from the Gulf up the Atlantic is impossible to fathom. I saw how that dog was suffering, but the police could not save him... Don't think all these important sea critters don't feel pain and don't want to live or deserve to live any less than you do! That's all.

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