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Why are the fish dying in Redondo Beach?
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Millions of anchovies are washing up dead in Redondo Beach. It's part of the continuing mass die-offs of animals across our planet.

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JanetLongBeachCA
Posted 4/23/2011 12:09:36 AM
Now nearby we have a sick dolphin. According the wetlands activist Lenny Arkinstall, the dolphin is likely suffering from domoic acid poisoning, a neurological disease. causes grand mal seizures, which lead to lesions in the victims' brains. It's produced by algae blooms and siphoned out of the water by plankton-eating fish including sardines and anchovies, which are then eaten by the larger mammals. The toxin then concentrates in the bodies of the larger animals until symptoms appear. http://www.insidesocal.com/gritchen/2011/04/photos-sick-dolphin-in-long-be.html
mtnviewlady
Posted 3/9/2011 6:16:50 AM
I agree...this is no lack of oxygen...if that was the case other fish would be dead also. Looks like a pretty accurate animal kill to me. And the only obvious answer is the HAARP. But the people are putting up with these animal kills and they act like this is normal. IT IS NOT NORMAL!!!
monarch
Posted 3/8/2011 10:04:47 PM
If it is a lack of Oxygen or water quality problems which I've heard with each and every fish die of this year. Why then is it always one species of fish while the others just swim happily around the marina. Same thing goes with the birds. I believe they are targeted as a beta test. All living things are electromagnetic circuits with the use of EMF waves specific species can be targeted to be turned off. Haarp has this capability and our military is know to test their weapons before on their own population.

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