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Published:February 8th, 2011 16:10 EST
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Thousands Of Dead Fish Washed Up On Florida Shore! Dear God, When Will It End?

By Robert Paul Reyes

Sebastian, FL - "Thousands of dead fish were found washed up on the shore of a Florida state park.

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The animals were found along the beach of Sebastian Inlet State Park in Melbourne Beach, FL, on Friday.

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officials believe the fish died because of the lack of oxygen.

`Just because there`s such a large school of them, they use up the oxygen really quickly, and because they are coming closer to shore, there`s not as high of a water turnover rate and sometimes when you`re in an area with not as much tidal flow," said Kelli O`Donnell, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.`

http://www.wistv.com/Global/story.asp?S=13973949

The New Year started on an ominous note, with hundreds of dead birds falling on the town of Beebe, Arkansas. This oddity was was immediately followed by thousands of dead fish found in the Arkansas River, and in the weeks and months since there have been reports of mass death of fish, birds, crabs, and other animals all over the world. 

In recent weeks the amazing events in Yemen, and Egypt have grabbed the headlines, but the phenomenon of mass death of animals continues unabated. 

It`s now the turn of the good folks in Melbourne Beach, FL to wonder what the heck is going on. Officials say that some fish are prone to die from lack of oxygen when they swim close to the shore in large numbers. Sorry, for the pun, but that explanation sounds fishy to me. 

Cougar Cameron Diaz feeding Alex Rodriguez popcorn, Joan Rivers appearing in a commercial in leather hot pants and a low-cut top, American Idol without Simon Cowell, dead fish in the rivers, and dead birds dropping from the sky. 

These are the Biblical signs of the End Times! I have my trusty bong, let the end times roll!

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