(Aug 17) Something is killing fish and sting rays in the ocean off Myrtle Beach’s coast in South Carolina, but exactly what’s going on out there is a mystery. The Department of Natural Resources along with other state agencies are now investigating a possible fish kill in the area between 28th and 68th Avenues North Friday. Several species were found: flounder, stingray and pompano.
(Aug 17) After a flyover Thursday in the Galveston area, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department estimate nearly a million fish have been killed in Southeast Texas by the algae bloom known as red tide. Tens of thousands of dead fish began washing up on beaches last weekend. (Source)
The Gulf of Mexico is now dying off in sea life at a rapid rate. The red tide is on the move and it coupled with other things will kill all sea life. The single largest threat to human survival – but it’s being taken lightly by the beast, but not for much longer.
Everything in the seas are dying, but Gulf is also symbolic because it reflects the millions of humans who will die in the coming disaster of another Gulf.