Something fishy going on...

  Seth Haniel 09:27 06 Jan 11
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more mass deaths of fish & birds ??? !!

  Kevscar1 10:28 06 Jan 11

No doubt it will all be blamed on Global Warming.

  Grey Goo 10:36 06 Jan 11

If we all black out for 2 minutes and 17 seconds the mystery will be solved

  peter99co 11:18 06 Jan 11

Checkout 1000's of Velvet Crabs in the south east of England, and 100's of Jackdaws in Sweden in recent days.

  peter99co 11:20 06 Jan 11

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US scientists believe fireworks may have caused thousands of birds to fall from the sky over an Arkansas town on New Year's Eve.

  peter99co 11:22 06 Jan 11

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Mysterious bird deaths hit Sweden

  GANDALF <|:-)> 13:27 06 Jan 11

'US scientists believe fireworks may have caused thousands of birds to fall from the sky over an Arkansas town on New Year's Eve'...errrrmmmmmm, the last time I checked the most popular time to let off fireworks tends to be in the dark, for blindingly obvious reasons. Birds are usually catching their zzzzs then. Glad to see the scientists are on the ball though.

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  jakimo 13:41 06 Jan 11

An 'Expert' on TV news claimed this is more common than believed,but did not give an expert explanation

  uk-wizard 13:52 06 Jan 11

If you were fast a nite nite and someone let off a load of noisy fireworks you might fall off your perch. *grin*

  Al94 13:56 06 Jan 11

As the world is due to end in 2012, I suspect this is the start of things.

  Kevscar1 14:00 06 Jan 11

Al94
Isn't it great not having to worry about what you get people for Xmas presents.

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