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Half a century ago, Belgian Zoologist Bernard Heuvelmans first codified cryptozoology in his book On the Track of Unknown Animals.

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Tuesday, April 12, 2011

STRANGE FISH BEHAVIOUR (Courtesy of Rick from ParanormalBuffalo)


Strange Fish Behavior



Masses of fish inexplicably crowded the coast of Acapulco on Friday, packed together so tightly they looked like a living oil slick from above. Some have attributed the mysterious event to changes in currents caused by the tsunami that followed the massive Japan quake. More photos and info at Mail Online.

4 comments:

Jesus Leon said...

what is that black stuff?

Jesus Leon said...

what is the black stuff in the water? are those fish? did anyone find out why the fish were reacting this way?

Jon Downes said...

It is a huge mass of fish

emmalie phillips said...

i think it could be due to temperature in the water, most fish like or prefer cooler waters so they stay within the boundaries of the cold water, or simply the humans are scaring the fish so they wont pass them.