Saturday, May 4, 2013


Updated on May 1
The loss of animals could potentially lead to higher lamb prices this summer
(April 29) Storms last month in the U.K. killed at least 43,000 sheep and goats in Northern Ireland, after animals were stranded by snowdrifts at the time in early spring when lambs are typically born. About 30,413 lambs and 12,587 ewes, rams and goats were killed after storms in late March. (Source)
(April 28) A 28-foot-long dead basking shark has washed ashore on a Rhode Island beach. (Source)
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(April 26) Marine biologists are at a loss as to why an unprecedented number of sea lion pups are turning up near death along Southern California’s coastline. Since the beginning of the year, some 1,400 young California sea lions were admitted to rehabilitation centers across the state. (Source)
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(April 26) A virus not previously detected in South Australia has been blamed for a spate of dolphin deaths along local beaches.They were among 25 found dead and washed up in recent weeks. (Source)
(April 26) A viral strain that causes measles in humans has killed more than 100 dolphins that have washed up on the western coast of Italy so far this year, according to marine mammal experts. (Source)
(April 25) Troops wearing protective clothing move dead ducks from a poultry farm in Lushan County in earthquake-hit Ya’an City in southwest China. About 60,000 ducks were safely disposed of to prevent disease. As of yesterday afternoon, the 7.0-magnitude had killed 196 people and left another 21 missing. (Source)
(April 25) Fish and Wildlife workers are trying to determine the cause of death for a humpback whale found washed ashore in Brevard County, Florida. (Source)
(April 24)  Another dolphin washed up on Coney Island, New York. Is there are more dead dolphins washing up on shores around New York than there have been in decades prior? In the last decade, there have been around 20 washing up to having 30 or 40 washing up. (Source)
(Apr 24) Farmers in Sri Lanka say that around 1,000 cattle have died due to a cattle disease recently. They say the cattle die without taking food due to the disease. The milk production has also been affected. File Photo (Source)
(April 24) MEMBERS of a small rural community in the UK have spoken of their shock after scores of animals were found dead or dying on a North Yorkshire farm. About 150 sheep and lambs, three cows and three horses were found dead. (Source)
(April 23) Seven dead dolphins have been found in the district of Burgas in Bulgaria since the beginning of April. (Source)
(April 21) The historic Kali Bein in India, which had become an example of rejuvenation of a dead rivulet, is again stinking- this time with lakhs of dead fish in it as the flow of fresh water has been reduced and dirty water continues to flow into it. (Source)
(April 20) About ten thousand birds of various species were killed when a storm with heavy rainfall lashed them at villages in Jhenidah, Bangladesh. (Source)
(April 20) HORSES have been “dropping like flies” on the Loughor Estuary in the UK. Horses have congregated at the marsh near Loughor inshore lifeboat station for years, and knew how to steer clear of the incoming tide, but that a high number of the animals had got stuck in the mud or perished. (Source)
(April 19) About 500 dead fish are belly-up in a lake at Sylvan Heights in New Castle, Pennsylvania — but no one seems to know about it. (Source)
(April 19) The number of birds that have died after being washed up on South West beaches in the UK has passed 1,000. The shocking total, described by wildlife charities as “a whole generation of seabirds”, comes just a week after the first reports of seabirds covered in a sticky glue-like substance being found across the Westcountry coastline. (Source)
(April 18) Pollution is believed to have killed hundreds of fish and frogs spotted floating along the River Stour in Ashford in the UK. (Source)
(April 18) Officials say a whale washed up at Virginia Beach may have been struck by a ship and killed. (Source)
(April 17) A dead whale calf has washed up on Oahu’s North Shore, Hawaii – the fifth this year. (Source)
(April 17) A dead whale was discovered in the surf off Dune Road near Triton Lane in East Quogue in New York. (Source)
(April 17) The number of eared grebes rescued — and killed — after their Monday crash-landings at the U.S. Army’s Dugway Proving Ground was far higher than originally estimated. (Source)
(April 17) Thousands of animals have been mysteriously dying in China over the past few weeks, with 410 pigs, 122 dogs, and other domestic animals in Dongtun village, Henan Province, added to the list on Monday. Dead dogs were reported to be piled on the sides of the streets, and residents said many of the surviving animals are ill. Numerous cats died, and even dead rats were found. (Source)
(April 17) ANOTHER dead dolphin has washed up on an Adelaide beach in South Australia – taking the total since March 1 to 24. (Source)
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(April 16) An estimated 7,000 fish are dead in the Vasse estuary at Wonnerup in Australia The latest fish deaths, the third such event in five years, has again called in the question the health of the Busselton waterways. (Source)
(April 15) If records are to be referred, as many as 400 dead turtles washed ashore this year along the coast of Tamil Nadu in India. (Source)
(April 15) An unknown flesh-eating disease has killed millions of dollars worth of Pacific oysters in Port Stephens in Australia, and has caused financial devastation for many growers. The Department of Primary Industries said yesterday it was also investigating mysterious deaths of previously unaffected Sydney rock oysters. (Source)
(April 14)  Authorities are trying to determine what caused the death of a harbor porpoise that washed up on a southern New Jersey beach. (Source)
gulf_casualties(April 14) Hundreds of beached dolphin carcasses, shrimp with no eyes, contaminated fish, ancient corals caked in oil and some seriously unwell people are among the legacies that scientists are still uncovering in the wake of BP’s Deepwater Horizon spill. (Source)
(April 13) A dead juvenile dolphin found in Mecox, New York. (Source)
(April 13) Half of a dead whale’s body was found on a Burien beach in Washington State. (Source)
(April 13) More and more fish are turning up dead in a popular central Wisconsin fishing spot. This is happening at the Big Eau Pleine Reservoir outside Mosinee. (Source)
(April 12) A dead dolphin was found near the Oceanic Bridge in Middletown, New Jersey. (Source)
(April 11) A natural phenomenon has left millions of fish dead along the Lake Erie shoreline. Experts say it’s the worst fish die off they’ve seen in years and that it’s the end product of the die off that started in January. (Source)
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(April 11) Sanitation workers transport dead fish to a truck on April 9, 2013 in Huangshi city, Central China’s Hubei province. Workers started collecting dead fish two days following tons found floating dead in the northern part of Cihu Lake in the city. The biggest dead fish weighed five kilograms and the cause of death is yet unknown. (Source)
(April 11) Dead dolphins continue to wash up on Peru’s northern shores. Over 10 dolphins have been found dead on various beaches in the Lambayeque region, over the past 15 days. (Source)
(April 10) Mysterious manatee and pelican deaths mount: Manatee deaths have reached 100 and pelican deaths top 250 in the Brevard County region in Florida. Add bottlenose dolphins to this year’s list of species dying mysteriously in the Indian River Lagoon. Researchers have documented 23 dead dolphins in the lagoon since Jan. 1, all but a few in Brevard County. That’s more than twice what researchers would expect, based on the death rate during the past decade. (Source)
(April 10) At least 13,000 dead fish were found in Japan Shizuoka Prefecture. File Photo (Source)
(April 9) Almost 190 vultures, locally known as corbeaux, were found dead at the Second Infantry Battalion Heliport, Chaguaramas in Trinidad and Tobago. (Source)
(April 9) A significant fish kill has been reported at one of Ireland’s best known salmon fisheries – Eany River. File Photo (Source)
(April 8) Masses of fish found dead on a lake in eastern Sweden have left experts theorizing that the harsh winter and icy conditions prevented the fish from getting enough oxygen. (Source)
(April 8) Just weeks after over 16,000 putrefying pigs were pulled from Shanghai’s Huangpu river, more than 250kg of dead carp had to be retrieved from a river in the city’s Songjiang district. (Source)
(April 8) ENVIRONMENTALISTS have raised concerns for marine life on the East Coast in the UK after extreme weather claimed tens of thousands of animals. The “mass mortality” has been put at an estimated 150,000 velvet swimming crabs, 10,500 edible crabs, 2,000 common lobsters and a staggering 635,000 mussels in just one 10-mile stretch from Barmston to Bridlington along the Holderness Coast – in all around 800,000 individuals. (Source)
(April 8) DOG owners are being warned to watch out for potentially deadly puffer fish that have washed up at some Adelaide beaches in South Australia. (Source)
(April 7) Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife is investigating a ‘fish kill’ near the East 72nd Street pier where boats are launched into Lake Erie. (Source)
(April 6) There have been seven times the number of sea lions that have beached themselves in San Diego County compared to the same time period last year. (Source)
(April 5) After discarding toxic contamination, the death of thousands of fish in the lake Xolotlan, in Managua, could be considered an alert on climate hazard in Nicaragua, as experts considered the phenomenon occurred due to rise in the atmospheric temperature. (Source)
(April 5) Unseasonably cold sea temperatures and prevailing easterly winds have been blamed for thousands of lobsters and crabs becoming stranded on the coast between Fraisthorpe and Barmston in the UK. (Source)
(April 5) Beekeeper of the year in America with 5,000 Hives experiences a 70% die off the past year. (Source)
(April 3) This is now the fourth time this year beach in Cleethorpes in the UK has become a marine graveyard, full of dead crabs, starfish and razorfish that have been washed up onto the shore. (Source)
(April 3) State officials say they are checking out reports from people who say they’ve spotted hundreds of dead fish in the Rock River in Illinois. File Photo (Source)
(April 3) A special task force has been set up to investigate South Australia’s deadly marine mystery, even though the Government claims to have cracked the case. At least 17 dolphins and several penguins have also washed up dead along with thousands of fish. (Source)
(April 2) HUNDREDS of dead fish have been found in the Manzanares River in Madrid, Spain. (Source)
(April 2) RESIDENTS of Sarina in Queensland, Australia have raised concerns after more than 60 fresh water turtles were found dead in a creek. (Source)
(April 2) A dead Arnoux’s Beaked Whale was found beached at Bakoven in Cape Town. (Source)
(April 1) Hundreds of dead squid mysteriously turned up in Victoria’s Gorge in British Columbia, Canada. (Source)
(April 1) Beachgoers in Adelaide’s south in Australia say they are fed up with thousands of dead fish washing up on their beaches and are taking matters into the own hands. (Source)
(April 1) A problem at a hydroelectric dam in Graubünden in Switzerland led to thousands of dead fish, and a river saturated with sediment. (Source)
(April 1) Three dead dolphins and a baby whale calf washed up on three different beaches last week in Leon, Nicaragua. (Source)

Bird Flu Alert

(April 27) 4,000 Fowls killed in Rupandehi, Nepal. (Source)
(April 26) 950 Chickens killed in Tlaxcala, Mexico. (Source)
(April 25) 10,000 Swifts killed in Vietnam. (Source)
(April 21) 30,000 Fowls dead in Chitwan, Nepal. (Source)
(April 20) 400,000+ Ducklings killed in Fujian Province, China. (Source)
(April 19) 27,000 Turkeys killed in Lower Saxony, Germany. (Source)
(April 18) An outbreak of fowl typhoid has struck a poultry farm in the Central American country Costa Rica where 1,600 chickens have died with a further 64,000 still susceptible. (Source)
(April 12) Nearly 5,000 swifts, whose nests are collected for sale as a luxury health food, have died in southern Vietnam after contracting the H5N1 bird flu virus. (Source)
(April 8) 13,000 chickens killed in Cambodia. (Source)
(April 5) 20,000 birds killed in Shanghai, China (Source)


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