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Is it a fish apocalypse? Millions of dead fish suddenly appeared in a marina in Redondo Beach, California.
KTLA has the video.
“You can see that shot right there, just fish everywhere that we look down here. And it is all, not only through the channel way here, but all up against the boats... these fish are everywhere here and again these fish are all dead for reasons we just don’t know here so that will be investigated certainly by oceanography folks and other people down here.”
The anchovies, sardines, mackerel and other species showed up Tuesday morning in King Harbor Marina. No one is sure why the fish died, but USA Today reports there is a theory. A coordinator at the marina says they may have suffocated.
“...the fish apparently swam into the harbor to escape a red tide, a naturally occurring event that can poison fish or starve them of oxygen... [H]igh winds apparently kept the fish from leaving the harbor and they all crushed up against the harbor wall, where they used up the oxygen and suffocated.”
And Contra Costa Times and ABC report - the clean up has become somewhat of a challenge.
“Workers were using skimmers and nets to clean the harbor, and wheelbarrows to cart them out. It is unclear how the fish, typically used as bait for fisherman in the harbor, will be disposed.”
“They are treating the dead fish as a hazardous waste situation. As you can imagine, the stench along the beaches is getting worse by the hour.”
The dead fish join the list of massive die-offs of animals that have made the news recently. AOL News’ David Knowles noticed the twitterverse explode with concerns of an apocalypse.
“...some tweeps couldn't help but speculate about the end of the world as we know it. In a year that has already seen cows, bees, fish and birds keeling over in seemingly synchronized fashion, perhaps that's not surprising.”
But scientists have said die-offs like this aren’t so uncommon. The U.S. Geological Survey says -- on average -- 163 such events are reported every year. USC marine biologists are performing tests on the marina’s water to narrow down the cause of this particular incident.
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July 25, 2011
Congress failed to approve funding for the FAA, resulting in a partial-shutdown of the agency - and a weekend of tax-free flights.
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Looks like this little guy was just born to be a fisherman. Watch how fast he manages to catch a fish.
The Edge is the story of a young boy, a fisherman’s son, who lived in Galilee when Jesus was ministering to His flock. Joshua had a lot of chores to help his mom and dad. He was so busy, he hardly had time to hang with his pals, Peter and Rafael, who told him about the new prophet and His wonderful works, and how much He loved kids. He became so curious about Him that he developed an obsession, a passion, to see Him. Every time Jesus was preaching in the area, Joshua was busy and would miss Him. But his pals were always there and came back to tell him all about it. He could see the crowds grow as they gathered around Jesus, and as they followed Him. His heart ached for Him, but unfortunately he never had the time. His ordeal begins when he finds out that Jesus will be preaching on a nearby meadow, and he makes up his mind that on that day, God willing, he will be there. The Edge is the story of Joshua’s struggle to overcome the obstacles he finds on his way to the meadow. It is a story for all ages.
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Since 1977 fishermen from Ondarroa
have fished in fish shoals
from the Rockall and the Hebridas sea
1800 km from home, in the north of Scotland,
they will spend more that 3 months, 100 days,
before coming back home;
in oceans where the wind is very powerful.
Nowadays only 2 boats remain, KIRRIXKI and LEGORPE
This is their way of life.
Once a small commercial fishing village and oil company serving port has grown in popularity with sportsmen nationwide. The abundance of shallow fishing water is the fishermen's dream. The remote surroundings that are now the same as they were 50 years ago has made Port Mansfield famous for those fishermen who wade and drift the shallow flats for wall hanger redfish and trout, to the deep sea fishermen who venture out into the gulf for the monster fish that have dominated the record books for the last 25 years.
Much of the travel into the internal parts of the Indian coastal city of Kochi is done by canoe on the city's intricate system of canals and waterways. Kochi fishermen use a particular kind of fishing net known as Cheena Vala, or Chinese Fishing Nets. It is the only place in the world outside of China that uses such nets. Distributed by TubeMogul.
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