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Scott Mathews: Stop destroying the Earth

Scott Mathews
Breckenridge

Allow me to enlighten the enemies of the Earth.

On Dec. 31, the first of the dead bird phenomena were reported in Bebe, Arkansas.

On Jan. 1 in Kentucky, hundreds of dead birds found near the Murray State University.

On Jan. 3, 100,000 dead drum fish were found along a 20-mile stretch of the Arkansas river.

On Jan. 4, 500 dead red wing blackbirds were found scattered along a quarter of a mile span of highway in Point Coupee Parish, La.

On Jan. 4, hundreds of fish washed up on the shore of the St. Clair River in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada.

On Jan. 4 in Orange,, Fla., thousands of dead fish line the banks of Spruce Creek.

On Jan. 5, Chesapeake Bay in Maryland saw two million fish wash onto the shore.

On Jan. 5, 200 dead birds are found in Tyler, Texas on a bridge on highway 155 over the Lake O’Pines.

On Jan. 5, in Wilson, Tenn., 50 dead grackles were found on the side of the road near Lebanon.

On Jan. 5, in Falkoeping, West Sweden, 50-100 crows were found dead along a street.

On Jan. 5, Kent, England, 40,000 velvet swimming crabs wash ashore dead.

On Jan. 5 in New Zealand, hundreds of snapper fish, many missing their eyes, wash ashore on the Coromandel Peninsula.

Jan. 5: Horrified nature-lovers at Goldstream Provincial Park watched as the Goldstream River turned bright green late Wednesday afternoon.

Jan. 6: thousands of dead and dying turtle doves in Italy with blue stains on their beaks.

Jan. 6: Thousands of dead fish washed ashore on Folly Beach in South Carolina, according to ABC News.

Connect the dots. The writing is on the wall people of earth. Stop destroying our home planet, for we have no other place to go.


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