Don't mind roaches .... they make a marvellous crunching sound right before they waft up to roach heaven ...
The weird stuff is spreading ...
First thousands of birds dead in Arkansas ... now HUNDREDS more fall from the sky in Kentucky and Louisiana and tens of THOUSANDS of dead fish wash ashore
Better start praying, guys!
I can't believe the fireworks' theory. If that were the case why didn't birds fall out of the sky after New Year fireworks in the UK, and in other parts of the world, not to mention the lengthy annual end-of-Festival extravaganza here in Edinburgh? And why just this year? Of course maybe the adverse weather conditions meant they were flying lower than normal?
As for the fish, that sounds like some disease like the awful ulcerative salmon disease I recall 40 years ago which virtually wiped out salmon stocks. Holidaying in the north-west of Scotland, I saw rivers full of diseased and dying fish. Horrible.
Spooky-wooky though. Snake risk for flooded Queenslanders
Flushed out by Queensland's rising flood waters, deadly snakes are on the move in the region's cities and towns.
There are also fears that crocodiles are now floating in flood waters. Residents have been advised not to enter the waters.
The Australian state of Queensland is home to some of the world's most venomous snakes, including the Common or Eastern Brown snake, the Coastal Taipan and the Death adder, as well as saltwater crocodiles - among the largest of the species, and a notorious man-eater.
But now some of these dangerous creatures are on the move and the likelihood that they will come into contact with humans is increased.
Venomous snakes are climbing trees, seeking cover in homes and outbuildings and trying to find higher, dryer ground, meaning that the same number of snakes will be present in a smaller area.
Crocodiles too are dispersing, the limits of their natural habitat now vastly expanded.http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-pacific-12111213