‘Mass Death Events’ In Pacific Ocean Hit Highest Level Of Food Chain And Our Ocean’s Greatest Predator
‘Mass Death Events’ In Pacific Ocean Hit Highest Level Of Food Chain And Our Ocean’s Greatest Predator by Stefan Stanford – All News Pipeline
In this April 24th story from ENENews we get additional confirmation of what we’ve been warning about on ANP for several years now, the mass die-off happening in the Pacific Ocean has reached the highest levels of the food chain with a massive shark die-off now ongoing off of the West Coast. Reporting in their story that over a hundred dead sharks have been discovered in the waters surrounding northern California this year alone, we also continue to get the same ‘answers’ why this is happening, proving many mainstream scientists have no idea about ’cause and effect’.
Claiming “it’s just not clear why all the marine life is washing up like this” with reports coming in every day, the mass deaths throughout the Pacific Ocean and along the West coast that have been painstakingly documented by the End Times Watch Blog for 6 years nowsince Fukushima should prove otherwise. While many other so-called ‘experts’ over the past several years have also claimed they have no idea why such mass deaths are happening in our Pacific Ocean and along the West Coast, the stories from California read like a Hollywood disaster movie unfolding before our eyes:
California Department of Fish and Wildlife: The carcass of a young great white shark was recovered on April 8 near Pleasure Point in Santa Cruz… It died of multiple organ failure, with major lesions in the brain, liver and heart… Unidentified microorganisms were observed in the fluid surrounding the brain and heart. Additional testing is underway to attempt to identify these pathogenic organisms.
CBS San Francisco: Marine Biologist Giancarlo Thomae said a necropsy found an infection had damaged the shark’s brain and other organs. “The species of the bacteria that contributed to the shark’s death is unknown at this time… However, the brain did have many lesions. In additional to that the shark’s heart and liver also showed damage, so we can conclude that the immune system of the shark was also compromised.”… Die-offs of leopard sharks and other types have occurred in the San Francisco Bay in the last two year.
And while many will claim what’s happening to sea creatures off of the coast of California and throughout the Pacific Ocean will never effect them, the fact that photographs such as the one seen at the top of this story have been repeated time and again over the past 6+ years should prove to us otherwise.
With ‘mass death events’ first striking the smaller ocean creatures and one-celled life, then bigger ones such as tuna and moving on up the food chain until it has reached the greatest predator in the ocean, that alone should tell us something horrifying is ongoing whether or not the experts can agree upon the reason we’ve been witnessing ‘mass death events’ for 6 years now and running.
The ENENews story also reports that not only one particular species of shark is being hit by these mass die off’s and as anyone who’s been paying attention knows, radiation doesn’t care whom or what it kills.:
KXTV: Washed up Great White Shark died of organ failure… Biologists believe the shark died of multiple organ failure, with major lesions in the brain, liver and heart. Unknown microorganisms were also found and additional testing is being done.
NBC Bay Area: A pathogen that eventually caused brain lesions is the reason why a shark became stranded on a Santa Cruz beach and later died last weekend. Animal experts say the pathogen is unlike any kind of bacteria that has been seen in sharks before.
KSBW transcript: “They say it could be the same infection that’s killing mako sharks this year… but the question remains, why is the infection making its way through different shark species?” — Sean Van Sommeran, Pelagic Shark Research Foundation executive director: “Let’s see if we can exactly identify what appears to be a new type of brain infection — first of its kind, documented in a white shark like that.”