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Dead Birds, Fish, Crabs & now Crickets? What in the world is going on? (VIDEO)

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Ever since the New Year got under way, reports have been flying in off the airwaves of mass animal deaths and dead birds around the world. This all started with 5,000 blackbirds and inexplicably crashing from the midnight sky and 100,000 fish dying in Arkansas. We have that story here:

In the days that followed, the media was whipped into a frenzy as birds rained down in Louisiana, then hundreds of thousands of fish mysteriously died back in Arkansas. From sardines in Brazil, to crabs in the United Kingdom, to more birds in Sweden, and more, animals seem to be dying off everywhere. Just this past weekend, at least 3,000 fish, primarily mullet, were reported dead since along Cocoa Beach, FL.

Even Crickets are now showing up dead in masses.

In the past eight months, the U.S. Geological Survey's National Wildlife Health Center has logged 95 mass wildlife die-offs in North America and that's probably a dramatic undercount, officials say.

Some of the list includes:

900 some turkey vultures that seemed to drown and starve in the Florida Keys.
4,300 ducks killed by parasites in Minnesota.
1,500 salamanders done in by a virus in Idaho.
2,000 bats that died of rabies in Texas.
And the still mysterious death of 2,750 sea birds in California.

Experts continue to stand by the theory that these incidents are the result of environmental stress, but that doesn’t stop millions of people from coming up with their own wild theories. A lot of people are believing that the whole "2012" end of the world theory is here or maybe the BP oil spill is to blame?

Some are saying the birds were hit by trucks, or they were drunk... according to people in Romania. But what is it YOU think is going on? Others just simply say, it's in the bible.

Are our poles really shifting? One thing that is true though is that you can tell a lot of what's going on in the environment from birds. Hold people, it looks like it may get uglier!
Check out this previous report:

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