“Stingrays and flounder trying to escape the water” — “Crabs crawling out of the water in the MIDDLE of the DAY”

Mississippi Shrimpers Refuse to Trawl, Fearing Oil, Dispersants, Inter Press Service, August 20, 2010:

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EOC Director: Fish kill after oil washes up, “ALL the crabs are crawling up on the bank”; “Dying everywhere” says fisherman

WLOX reports after “hundreds of tar balls and patties washed up on the beach … Read more >>

SE Florida Fishkill: Angelfish, parrot fish, triggerfish, and “every kind” of snapper floating dead in ocean; Upwelling of sub-surface water blamed

So what else might be upwelling from down deep along with the cold water?

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“2-SQUARE-MILE patch of dead, floating fish” reported by Gulf seafood processor, “Dead fish all over”

The Associated Press reports, “Some processors are having difficulty selling the seafood they can … Read more >>

Not BP? Hundreds of dead fish & crabs wash up just before FL Seafood Fest; Fishermen ask DISPERSANTS? Officials blame OXYGEN levels

PSJ Officials Reopen Boat Ramp amidst Fish Kill, The Star, August 6, 2010:

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CNN’s Rick Sanchez: If “COREXSOL” so bad where’s all the dead fish? Expert informs “Mixture is lethal to many, many species”

Susan Shaw: EPA knew oil-dispersant mix “highly toxic”, “Mixture is lethal to many, many … Read more >>

Dozens of dead snapper, puffer fish wash ashore on Palm Beach; Water samples taken (PHOTOS)

Fish kill spotted on Palm Beach, WPTV Channel 5 NBC West Palm Beach, July … Read more >>

“Unprecedented” fish kill in Jacksonville for past two weeks “isn’t related to annual cycle”; “Lesions in the brain… points to toxicity” (PHOTOS)

Fish kill in St. Johns isn’t related to annual cycle There’s no easy solution … Read more >>

Florida lifeguards puzzled: Never-before-seen jellyfish wash up near Daytona Beach; “So clear, some beachgoers can’t see them”

“They sit on the bottom of the ocean”, leaving “happens only once a year … Read more >>

1000′s of baby fish wash ashore dead south of Cuba, “rare in Cayman Islands”; Seaweed used for shelter now soaked with oil (PHOTOS)

Thousands of tiny fish wash ashore in Cayman Islands; officials unsure of cause, Associated … Read more >>