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Since about the turn of the New Year 2010, we have seen mass die offs all over the world and I have reported on many of those events since that time. One of the mass fish die offs in Norway stands out among all the others.
On December 31, 2011, an estimated 20 tons of herring washed ashore along a stretch of the coast in northern Norway. The locals were trying to determine how in the world they were going to be able to clean up the coast with that many dead fish, before they would start to decay. The follow morning, New Year’s Day, they no longer had a problem. All of the fish, approximately 20 tons, had completely disappeared!