Mass Fish Deaths: Millions Have Been Found Dead All Over The World In The Past Month

Mass Fish Deaths - Photo by Mats HagwellMillions of fish are suddenly dying all over the planet.  In fact, there have been dozens of mass fish death events reported in the past month alone.  So why is this happening?  Why are fish dying in unprecedented numbers all over the world?  When more than six tons of fish died in Marina Del Ray over the weekend, it made headlines all over the United States.  But the truth is that what just happened off the southern California coast is just the tip of the iceberg.  In 2014, mass fish die-offs have pretty much become a daily event globally.  Individually, each event could perhaps be dismissed as an anomaly, but as you will see below when they are all put together into one list it truly is rather stunning.  So is there a reason why so many fish are dying?  Is there something that connects these mass fish death events?  Has something about our environment changed?  The following are just a few examples of the mass fish death reports that have been coming in day after day from all over the globe…

*In April, 500,000 carp were found “floating belly-up in Kentucky’s Cumberland River“.

*Over the weekend, thousands upon thousands of fish died just off the southern California coastline

California Fish and Wildlife workers are still scooping dead sea life from the surface of the harbor Monday after thousands of dead anchovies, stingrays and even an octopus died and floated up over the weekend.

So far officials have cleaned up 6 tons of dead fish, and they still have a long way to go.

*The death of approximately 35,000 fish up in Minnesota is being blamed on a “lack of oxygen“.

*The recent die off of thousands of fish in the Shark River near Belmar, New Jersey is also being blamed on “oxygen depletion“.

*Officials in Menifee, California are still trying to figure out what caused the death of thousands of fish in Menifee Lake a few weeks ago…

Authorities continued testing the water in Menifee Lake Friday after thousands of dead fish have been seen floating since last weekend.

Menifee city officials first heard reports Saturday of floating fish at the lake, which is located on private property about a half-mile east of the 215 Freeway.

*In the Gulf of Mexico, dolphins and sea turtles are dying “in record numbers“.

*Maryland officials are still puzzled by the death of 7,000 Atlantic menhaden last month…

State environmental scientists are investigating the cause of a fish kill that left about 7,000 dead Atlantic menhaden in waters that include the Inner Harbor and Fells Point.

Jay Apperson, spokesman for the Maryland Department of the Environment, said that biologists went by boat on Tuesday to the area of Monday’s fish kill. He says the area extended from the mouth of the Patapsco River, up the Baltimore Harbor to Fells Point and Fort McHenry.

*Mass fish die-offs in Lake Champlain up in Vermont are being called “the new normal” by government officials.

*Along the coast of northern California, seals and young sea lions are dying “in record numbers“.

*Three months ago, farmers in Singapore lost 160 tons of fish to a mass die-off event.

*Back in September, approximately 40 kilometers of the Fuhe River in China “was covered with dead fish“.

*Also during last September, close to ten tons of dead fish were found floating on a lake near the town of Komotini, Greece.

The following are some more examples of mass fish death events from just the past several weeks that come from a list compiled on another website


17th May 2014 – Masses of fish turn up dead in a marina in Pultneyville, New York, AmericaLink

16th May 2014 – Mass die off of fish in a river in Aragatsotn, ArmeniaLink

15th May 2014 – Hundreds of fish dying off ‘due to pollution’ in the wetlands of Rewalsar, IndiaLink

14th May 2014 – Thousands of dead fish washing ashore in Cootes Paradise, Hamilton, CanadaLink

13th May 2014 – Tens of thousands of dead fish wash up along coast of Tasmania, AustraliaLink

12th May 2014 – Mass death of fish in the river Eden ‘is a mystery’ in Cumbria, EnglandLink

11th May 2014 – Thousands of dead Puffer Fish, also dead turtles washing up on various beaches in Colombia and Costa RicaLink and here

11th May 2014 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a pond is ‘a mystery’ in Southborough, EnglandLink

10th May 2014 – Thousands of fish dead due to pollution in spring in Sikkim, IndiaLink

9th May 2014 – Die off of Fish ’causes panic’ in the Luda Yana River in BulgariaLink

8th May 2014 – Thousands of dead fish appear in a lake ‘shock residents’ in Mangalore, IndiaLink

8th May 2014 – 12 TONS of dead fish removed from lakes in Chisago County, Minnesota, AmericaLink

7th May 2014 – Massive die off of fish in reservoirs in Quanzhou, ChinaLink

7th May 2014 – Thousands of fish found dead on the shores of Roatan, HondurasLink

5th May 2014 – Hundreds of dead fish wash up on a beach ‘a mystery’ in San Antonio Oeste, ArgentinaLink

5th May 2014 – Mass death of fish found in lakes in Almindingen, DenmarkLink

4th May 2014 – Mass die off of fish in a river in Fujian, ChinaLink

3rd May 2014 – 1,000+ dead fish wash ashore along a lake in Ontario, Canada.Link

2nd May 2014 – 40,000 fish die suddenly in a dam in Piaui, BrazilLink

30th April 2014 – Mass fish kill ‘worst I’ve seen in 26 years of working here’ in Iowa, AmericaLink

30th April 2014 – Large amount of dead fish found floating along a river in Xiasha District, ChinaLink

29th April 2014 – Dozens of sea turtles are washing up dead in South Mississippi, AmericaLink

29th April 2014 – Thousands of dead fish washing up along the shores of Lakes in Wisconsin, AmericaLink

28th April 2014 – Turtles and other marine life continue to wash up dead in Bari, ItalyLink

28th April 2014 – Large fish kill found in the Mogi River in BrazilLink

25th April 2014 – Large fish kill found in a reservoir in Nanchong, ChinaLink

24th April 2014 – Large amount of fish wash up dead along a river in La Chorrera, PanamaLink

23rd April 2014 – 2 Million fish found dead in a dam in Tehran, IranLink

23rd April 2014 – Mass die off of fish in Island lake in Ontario, CanadaLink

23rd April 2014 – Thousands of dead fish appear in a lake in Mudanjiang, China.Link

22nd April 2014 – 1,000 fish found dead in Oona River, County Tyrone, Northern IrelandLink

21st April 2014 – Large amounts of fish washing up dead along the Panchganga River in IndiaLink

19th April 2014 – MILLIONS of dead fish found floating in Thondamanaru Lagoon, Sri LankaLink


And remember, this list represents events that have happened in just a little over the past month.

So what is causing all of these mass fish death events?

Please feel free to share your opinion by posting a comment below…

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186 Responses to Mass Fish Deaths: Millions Have Been Found Dead All Over The World In The Past Month

  1. ronnie saulon says:

    Sign of END TIMES, it is written 2,000 years ago. Read the bible, its in there, believe on Jesus Christ, before its too late, HE IS COMING SOON

  2. Our estimate of the Dissolved Oxygen they need to survive is under-calculated. When they exist in huge schools, millions together, their need for Dissolved Oxygen is very critical and delicately balanced… our pollution is reducing DO levels drastically. Hence the MASS-deaths.

  3. M. Prokos says:

    Chemtrails, people your tinfoil hats are to tight. Large fish die offs are often natural and in many cases just due to oxygen depletion which is increased by warmer water temperatures and algae growth. When you dump as much phosphates in the rivers oceans and lakes as we do this is not unexpected. When it comes to the release of fracking fluids into waterways that also must be a contributor. Pleas give up on the nutty con trail ridiculousness it’s embarrassing.

  4. maynard short says:

    Bush did it! !

  5. Caza says:

    Really we, humans are killing our beloved planet. For what? War….to claim land that can’t truly belong to any of us. To power our homes with nucular energy when we have seas with undercurrents so strong we could power everyone’s homes. To drive cars filled with poisonous toxics when they can be powered with water, for what? To line some fat cats pocket, who is so full of greed that they don’t care about our health, the planets health or every little animal that are very unfortunate to share earth with us!
    As for the poor sea life, we use boats, with out anything going wrong we put politants in to the water. We take oil from the sea leaks happen a lot, thust killing more sea life. We still use nuclear power, in my life time some of the worst nuclear “accident” have happened, ie people cutting corners. If we go back to basic science, for rain to happen, water evaporates into the atmosphere, which is caught and creates clouds, when the water droplets become to heavy it rains. So if toxic waste, (let’s say it could be from a factory or from a nuclear disaster) gets in to a lake, then the above proses begins, not only has it contaminated the lake but also everywhere the rain drops. The rain falling over crops, over animals food sorses, animal eats, then poops, then we eat animal or crops, or other animal eats the poop. Contamination goes in to the soil which is at some point is connected to water. But this has been our input into a world that self cleans. We have put the poisons into the earth, the sea we are the cancer of this planet, and will be the death of our hole world and everything on it. For what? Money? Bits of papper that someone desided we needed, that we work our fingers to the bone, teaching our children that you must do well to make money, instead of teaching them to value life above all. unfortunately I feel we have no time left to fix our world, people value there technology over life too much for any real change to happen now.we have the natural elements of our planet to surport our life’s that happen naturally. Like the undercurrents in the sea, wind. But in reality how long has toxins been dropped into the sea, in the air, in the soil, is earth at the point it can’t take anymore

  6. Paul Sanchez says:

    Rising levels in the sea temperatures do yo all of the volcanic eruptions this year 83 eruptions so far as I know of

  7. Larry Murray says:

    Ocean is most likely red tide which thrives on polluted waters with runoff fertilizer. As to the rivers the particulates from burning coal. Humans are the reason.

  8. i think its likely that rather than there being one root cause for all these aquatic die offs, its actually a case of “all of the above”…. where ecosystems are concerned, collapse is not always a matter of a+b=c.. the smallest, most imperceptable changes within a biosystem can have far reaching and devastating consequences that roll out in a ripple effect. For instance, at the bottom of the marine food chain is zooplankton and phytoplankton. these tiny guys are possibly the most abundant as well as most important food source on the planet…theyre eaten by the smallest fish and the largest marine mammals, but theyre also the food source that the whole ecosytem is built on. If you take them out of he equation, the consequences would be catastrophic not only for marine life, but for all life on earth….
    the same is true for bees….yeah, they give us honey, sure, but more importantly, they play a vital role in the reproductive cycle of almost all flowering plants..theyre a delivery system of a plants reproductive material…essentially, theyre to plants, what our dicks are to us, lol…so no bees equates no plant reproduction, which means finite food source, not to mention our only source of oxygen, which leads to a mass extinction level event within a few years,

    My point is, as a species, we take everything for granted. Instead of looking at a bee and seeing a pest, or an inconvenience. we should see them as a vital part of the ecosystem, the tiny creature effectively responsible for our own survival, by ensuring that plants continue to reproduce and continue to take C02 out from the air and replace it with the oxygen that we breathe…

    Thanks to our dependence on redundant and toxic fossil fuels, companies like exxon and BP have in recent years, been responsible for some of the worst oil spills in the oceans history, yt the fines that they recieve are as insignificant as small change,,, heavy metals, carbon dioxide,wholefucking islands made from our society’s rubbish, we pump our shit into the oceans, we have had a nuclear power plant melting down and releasing radioactive material into the marine ecosystem for the last year or so ffs!!……

    so when i see that massive amounts of fish and marine life are dying all over the world, no, i’m not surprised…. and i see no real point in arguing about what might have caused it…was it oil, radiation, chemtrails…why split hairs? the bottom line is that i have very little doubt that we fucking caused it. humans …arrogant and negligent as always…we’re a danger to ourselves and others.

  9. Sol Man says:

    The only events that are reported are the ones that people see and record. We can’t know the number creatures that are dying where nobody is there to record/report?
    So many poisons that life simply stops.

  10. John says:


  11. John Kusske says:

    It’s all that fluoride, man, that they’re putting it the water. It dilutes their vital essences.

  12. Jenkev3 says:

    What about the POWERPLANT EXPLODED IN CHINA I BELIEVE… And a friend said to me that it was leaking and no one had fixed it yet!!!!!! Radioactive chemicals were leaking into our oceans soon to reach the other side of the world…that can kill fish and us. ! She said they claim there’s not enough oxygen in the water,…. Well, an explosion with radioactive chemicals could do that.

  13. Lisa Quain says:

    Chemtrails, who knows what sort of toxic chemicals they dump on us and the waterways, they cant find another way to dump it. Another cause can be radiation from Japan leaking nuclear / radioactive waste into oceans.

  14. Dave says:

    How come no one has mentioned ocean acidification?

  15. nmarbletoe says:


  16. solar and temp fluctuations with disturbed frequencies

  17. raymond pinsonneault says:

    Looks like governmental experimentations have caught up with us. Chem trails, ” 6 inches of plastic snowfall ” deep ocean currents stirring bottom waste upwards, jet stream disturbances by HAARP experimental projects ??? wish I knew the real causes behind the poisonings …..scientists, geoengineers, help your planet by concentrating your professionalism on anything but weapons of mass destruction & military scapegoats.
    Your fellow man knows that you know why & can repair the damage ….. please do. WE DEPEND ON YOU.
    Do not produce another atomic bomb to be ashamed of ………. that time has passed.

  18. Three decades of controlled scientific studies indicate that intense ocean noise damages fish and, consequently, fisheries. Research so far indicates adverse reactions to intense noise in 21 species of fish. Harmful effects include extensive damage to fish ears and hearing, disruption in schooling structure, swimming behavior.

    Especially problematic are airguns arrays which are used primarily for oil and gas exploration and research purposes. The airguns produce sound by introducing air into the water at high pressure, usually directed toward the sea floor, with up to 20 guns being fired in synchrony, while “streamers” of hydrophones listen for echoes. Seismic airgun pulses can penetrate tens to hundreds of kilometers into the Earth’s crust, after having already traveled through sometimes thousands of meters of water. Seismic surveys with airguns can last for many weeks at a time. During the surveys, every airgun in the array produces a pulse of noise lasting 20 to 30 milliseconds which is repeated every 10 seconds, often for 24 hours a day. It would be interesting to check if there is a correlation between the mass death of fish and possible seismic exploration in the relevant areas.

  19. Vern says:

    Deep sonar exploration…why do you think dolphins and wales washed and are still wassing up on our shores…ask those company’s looking for oil…they and the navy are utilizing excessively strong sonar systems…..

  20. and we still care about celebrities etc ….. thats the real tragedy … our distracted focus …. we can heal this world .. but not with the current social priorities

  21. My initial reaction was the radiation from Fukoshima and I still think that’s the case as far as the oceans go. But as for the rivers, I think it’s a combination of things happening in each area such as coal ash dumping, oil spills, chemical dumping, factory farm run-offs, greenhouse gases, and the nano particles of nasty chemicals sprayed into the atmosphere making their way back down on to the earth.

  22. Rand says:

    Energy weapons are a reality. A side effect of such weapons is that the standing energy waves they create can bounce off of something and then form nodes where the the power of such waves multiples. The animals (or people) caught in these nodes get cooked -and can die en masse.

  23. scrambo says:

    couldn’t have anything to do with chemtrails and the poison that is raining down on all living things…

  24. I was thinking maybe it could’ve been the radiation pouring into the pacific ocean from the overloading reactors in japan. Or something to do with global warming..? Or yeah. Revelation 8:9

  25. Jo says:

    It is called “The End Times” more to come and it will be even worse than this.

    • rtm0304 says:

      you JO are right, it is spelled out quite clearly in the book of revelations in the Bible. those who have an ear for GOD will listen, and those who don’t will try to blame it on something, anything else. people please don’t turn a deaf ear to GOD !! HE is coming SOON, and it is HIS hearts desire that no one perish, but you have to give your heart to him.

      • Every time there’s an earthquake or war someone says something like this and I get really tired of it. For goodness sakes read your Bible. We haven’t even had a thousand years of peace yet. Read. Read. Read. Read. Read.

  26. Chili palmer says:

    Chem trails, lmao. Research wht happens to plastic when left in the ocean, then research the pacific patch, Then dig a little deeper and research precipitation! Everyone says blame the government for
    Chem trails. I say blame man kind for destroying the planet. Even I’m guilty of doing my part!

  27. Neil says:

    Nuclear Waste !!!

    • nmarbletoe says:

      There was a lot more Nuke Radiation in the 50s- 70s. Gotta be something that’s gotten worse since then.

  28. Alicia Renkema says:

    “… And there will be famines and troubles. These are the beginning of sorrows…” This quote is taken from Mark chapter 13:8 after Jesus’s disciples ask Him when the signs before His return will be fulfilled. Yes, We need iodine to live and table salt is not enough. There have always been many thousands of people who have hypothyroidism (a low thyroid) and don’t even know it. There are so many things that the thyroid regulates and with out enough thyroid we are much more prone to heart disease and stroke as well as obesity. But the source of good healthy food has been poisoned for many years with our pesticides, GMO’s preservatives, food colorings and such. Now of course we have all kinds of pollution but the bottom line is not the physical downfall of our planet in and of itself. The bottom-line is that famines are only one sign of the return of Jesus Christ and if we do not repent we will be just as dead as the fish!

  29. Van says:

    You can get iodine from seaweed.

  30. Chem Trails have been reported all over the world. Way to go you SOB”s. That”s another way to deplete our food supplies.

    • Peter says:

      If you refer to my article below about iodine deficiency and how it is the number 1 thing we should be concerned about, since fish is the #1 Iodine source in the world, no thyroid functions= decrepit living status,” What will society say for themselves, when they are to weak to fight for their survival.”

      The thyroid is completely vital to keeping precancerous cells from growing, Your thyroid needs iodine to keep a healthy apotheosis, without it your cells produce a chemical that precancerous cells cells use to mutate an grow stronger.

      there already is a epidemic of iodine deficiency, iodized table salt has 1/100th of the daily level you need..

      Pretty much: NO FISH = NO NATURAL IODINE,

      If we rely on man-made substitutions, its already proven to increase cancer rates %300 !!… Funny how the medical industry already knows its going to happen…


      CHEM-TRAILS and RADIATION are part of the scheme. weird how Obama-care made drastic changes just a couple weeks before the massive fish die-off’s. Refer to my post earlier, and you will see.

    • Vickie says:

      Yep….I would guess Chem Trails also.

  31. Barbara says:

    Chem trails……spraying sulfates….can’t be good for anybody.

  32. suzanne says:

    Chem trails

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