Screenshot of the Google Maps Aflockalypse maps of mass bird deaths.
You have to admit, the news is a little weird: 5,000 blackbirds falling dead from the sky in Arkansas; tens of thousands of dead fish in Chesapeake Bay; 50-100 dead birds found strewn in lawns in Sweden; 40,000 dead crabs washed up on England’s shores; 530 penguins, numerous other seabirds, five dolphins, and three giant sea turtles dead in Brazil; 200 American Coots dead on a Texas bridge; hundreds of snapper fish dead in New Zealand. And the list keeps growing.
Eerie coincidence? Or just a symptom of the digital age where news travels faster than you can say “The End is Nigh?”
You can now keep track of what is being called “Aflockalypse” on Google Maps. (…) Read the rest of “Aflockalypse” — Mass Animal Deaths Now Mapped on Google (227 words)
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