Place of death of fish, for March 2 in Los Angeles 1 in Mexico
As witnessed by the recent video of the Pacific Ring of Fire, the anomalous behavior of animals, including fish, is often preceded by a major earthquake. Geologist Berkland collects a number of facts of unusual behavior of fish, which served as the basis for his prediction to increase the likelihood that the period from 19 to 27 March in the Pacific coast of the U.S. will a major earthquake. Unusual facts listed as follows:
· Tuesday, March 8, more than a million sardines were found dead at the marina in Redondo Beach, south of Los Angeles, California. Sardines went to King's Landing in such numbers that used up all the oxygen in the water and died. In the harbor, killing more than 175 tons of fish. Live fish and shoals The small influx of additional dead fish were also observed in the King's Landing on Friday, March 18.
· On Friday, March 11, a lot of sardines, anchovies, mackerel, striped bass and came within a short distance to the beach in Acapulco (Mexico, the west coast of the Pacific), huddled together in the water so tightly that the top looked like an oil slick.
· On Wednesday, March 9, according to the observations of marine biologists, a herd of 14-15 sperm whales were seen on the surface of the ocean, halfway between Long Beach (city in California in the southern part of the County of Los Angeles) and the island of Santa Catalina. "They are an endangered species, and the fact that we observe them up close to large urban areas — must wonder," — said David Bader, a marine biologist, a member of Aquarium of the Pacific (Long Beach). "It is like to see a herd of elephants on the beach in Long Beach." Sperm whales are about 35 feet long, and, in all likelihood, it was a female and male adolescent added Bader. "Usually they float only for a moment, and then go under the water for about an hour, so you can just barely see them. Those sperm just wandered aimlessly, for lack of a better place. Given that sperm whales live away from the California coast, any observations of this kind are rare, and the observation of this magnitude is truly unheard of in these waters. "
"Sperm whales are sometimes spotted in Southern California, but usually one at a time, or very small groups. Large herds, like Met on Wednesday — extremely rare, "- said Alice Schulman-Dzheniger, Researcher American whale society. Shulman-Dzheniger which collects information about the California project to study whales and their behavior on the Palos Verdes Peninsula, said that last at least 30 years ago by volunteers was observed on the surface of a large herd of South Bay.
· A herd of sperm whales were also seen off the coast of San Diego (CA), at the same time.
· Tuesday, March 14, humpback whale was spotted by passengers Condor Express out of Santa Barbara, noted that this was the first observation of humpback whales in the current season. The crew noted in the logbook observation over 6 humpback whales on Wednesday, March 15. Humpback whales, which migrate to the waters of Southern California to the south, are not usually until late April or early May.