Huge shoals of sardines, anchovies and mackerel appeared near the shore on a beach in the Mexican resort city on Friday March 11. Fish "packed" so tightly near the surface of the top looks like an oil slick.
Overjoyed fishermen rushed in wooden motor boats, leaving their nets, and just started to draw fish buckets.
Shoal of sardines was seen as ominous warnings of a possible tsunami, since those fish seldom approach the shoreline. Latin American nations warned populations along the Pacific coast of the precautionary measures.
Locals say this, as a hitherto unknown phenomenon. Fish appeared near the beach at about the same time that the tsunami generated by the earthquake in Japan is expected to reach the coast of Mexico. Unknown, however, there is a connection between these two events.