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Pamville News: It ain't really Rapture, but it's close

 


Pamville News: It ain't really Rapture, but it's close

Pam Burke

Pamville scientists are grappling this week over the mass killings of birds and water-borne creatures that have occurred globally since ringing in the new year just one week ago.

International leaders have called on some of the greatest scientific minds to discuss the mass killings, the most notable being 5,000 black birds in Arkansas; 2 million spot fish in Chesapeake Bay; 100 tons of sardine, croaker and catfish off the coast of Brazil; and more than 40,000 Velvet swimming crabs off the coast of England.

At a conference...



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