“Chemicals”? 1000s of dead fish clog Florida shore — “Never saw this before in my life” (VIDEO)

Dead Fish Wash Up At Sebastian Inlet State Park, WPBF, February 4, 2011:

"I saw the fish jumping out there and I thought it was going to be a really good day for fishing, and then I noticed over here in the surf that they're all dead," fisherman Jeff Johnson told WPBF 25 News. ...

"It's a little shocking, yes," Johnson said. "I don't know if there's chemicals in the water or the temperatures that caused this." ...

"Just because there's such a large school of them, they use up the oxygen really quickly..."  [Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission] biologist Kelli O'Donnell said. ...

Although the mass fish deaths are rare, biologists said these types of fish are prone to die from a lack of oxygen.

6 comments to “Chemicals”? 1000s of dead fish clog Florida shore — “Never saw this before in my life” (VIDEO)

  • Wake up and Smell the Coffee!!!!

    You’ve got to be kidding me .. .What … Those Fish and Associated wildlife are Schooling to GTFOOH, they know the Water is DEATH … So they are Migrating out and if any O2 starvation is to blame its due to the Spill. Historic Studies and Chart Comparisons will Support MY THEORY; which is Far Superior to the Idiotic theories of those who Call themselves Scientists!

    If there is any Temperature involvement, then perhaps, the loop current failure (as reported by Dr Zangari) is to blame. People better get acquainted with the truth, because soon the sea shall vomit up all that oil.

    Everyone is Concerned for their own Greed.

    Nature shall have its revenge for this evil and belligerent act.

  • wowo

    Yeah, with any degree of critical thinking, it's hard to buy their explanation that millions of fish just felt like heading toward shore (which no one has ever seen before-HELLO!) and then crowded the oxygen supply. The number one goal of fish is to SURVIVE, not commit suicide!!! And they are usually pretty damn incredible at surviving a rough life at sea. Obviously, these fish moved inland to avoid toxins and other imbalances due to the oil disaster and the massive numbers of them could not be sustained in shallow waters. Bless these poor, precious creatures. We are next in due time...

  • Don

    COVER UP AGAIN !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

  • wowo & ivanthedestroyer:

    Thank you so much! You said it all.

    ASIDE: I will not be posting again until March.

  • Slick Vick

    Only a completely ignorant public would not be able to comprehend WHY these fish are dying.. HELLO?!! The largest oil spill in US history and they can't put 2 and 2 together???

    The ignorance of these people makes me sick.. I'm sure that 95% of those who were watching the news when they aired this had NO CLUE what could have possibly caused this.. Our country is fucked. We are truly living amongst crooks, liars and idiots.

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