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Friday, March 03, 2017

Dead Huge Fishes Sightings in Different Shores in the Philippines


Big sea creatures are usually  found in the deep ocean. They are seldom seen on the sea surface or the shore and when it happened, some folklores tell that something unexpected will happen. Just like the sightings of the oarfish. In ancient Japan the oarfish is called ryugu no tsukai or "messenger from the sea god's palace." They believe that  an earthquake or a tsunami is about to happen if this creature shows up but there is no concrete scientific basis.  Before the 6.7 magnitude earthquake hit surigao City, a giant oarfish. Some theory claiming animal abilities to sense the upcoming disaster surfaced but there is still no scientific basis.  Dr. Rachel Grant , a researcher in animal biology who study the possibility of detecting earthquakes using animal behavior said that the 'myth' about the oarfish being able to sense the forthcoming earthquake can be possible. However, Catherine Dukes said that its not the way to predict earthquakes. "It's just a way to warn that the Earth is moving and something — an earthquake, or a landslide or something else — might follow," she said.        A lot of dead huge sea creatures sightings happened in the different shores in the Philippines like in Barangay Kayupo, Kiamba, Sarangani Province, a dead adult dugong or sea cow was seen in the shore   A Twitter user @hero_peewee tweets  some series of huge fish sightings.  Here are some screen grab from his twitter account.  All photo  credits to Hero Peewee Bacuño





Big sea creatures are usually  found in the deep ocean. They are seldom seen on the sea surface or the shore and when it happened, some folklores tell that something unexpected will happen.
Just like the sightings of the oarfish. In ancient Japan the oarfish is called ryugu no tsukai or "messenger from the sea god's palace." They believe that  an earthquake or a tsunami is about to happen if this creature shows up but there is no concrete scientific basis. 
Before the 6.7 magnitude earthquake hit surigao City, a giant oarfish. Some theory claiming animal abilities to sense the upcoming disaster surfaced but there is still no scientific basis.  Dr. Rachel Grant , a researcher in animal biology who study the possibility of detecting earthquakes using animal behavior said that the 'myth' about the oarfish being able to sense the forthcoming earthquake can be possible.
However, Catherine Dukes said that its not the way to predict earthquakes.
"It's just a way to warn that the Earth is moving and something — an earthquake, or a landslide or something else — might follow," she said.

A lot of dead huge sea creatures sightings happened in the different shores in the Philippines like in Barangay Kayupo, Kiamba, Sarangani Province, a dead adult dugong or sea cow was seen in the shore


A Twitter user @hero_peewee tweets  some series of huge fish sightings.

Here are some screen grab from his twitter account. 
All photo  credits to Hero Peewee Bacuño

Big sea creatures are usually  found in the deep ocean. They are seldom seen on the sea surface or the shore and when it happened, some folklores tell that something unexpected will happen. Just like the sightings of the oarfish. In ancient Japan the oarfish is called ryugu no tsukai or "messenger from the sea god's palace." They believe that  an earthquake or a tsunami is about to happen if this creature shows up but there is no concrete scientific basis.  Before the 6.7 magnitude earthquake hit surigao City, a giant oarfish. Some theory claiming animal abilities to sense the upcoming disaster surfaced but there is still no scientific basis.  Dr. Rachel Grant , a researcher in animal biology who study the possibility of detecting earthquakes using animal behavior said that the 'myth' about the oarfish being able to sense the forthcoming earthquake can be possible. However, Catherine Dukes said that its not the way to predict earthquakes. "It's just a way to warn that the Earth is moving and something — an earthquake, or a landslide or something else — might follow," she said.        A lot of dead huge sea creatures sightings happened in the different shores in the Philippines like in Barangay Kayupo, Kiamba, Sarangani Province, a dead adult dugong or sea cow was seen in the shore   A Twitter user @hero_peewee tweets  some series of huge fish sightings.  Here are some screen grab from his twitter account.  All photo  credits to Hero Peewee Bacuño




Big sea creatures are usually  found in the deep ocean. They are seldom seen on the sea surface or the shore and when it happened, some folklores tell that something unexpected will happen. Just like the sightings of the oarfish. In ancient Japan the oarfish is called ryugu no tsukai or "messenger from the sea god's palace." They believe that  an earthquake or a tsunami is about to happen if this creature shows up but there is no concrete scientific basis.  Before the 6.7 magnitude earthquake hit surigao City, a giant oarfish. Some theory claiming animal abilities to sense the upcoming disaster surfaced but there is still no scientific basis.  Dr. Rachel Grant , a researcher in animal biology who study the possibility of detecting earthquakes using animal behavior said that the 'myth' about the oarfish being able to sense the forthcoming earthquake can be possible. However, Catherine Dukes said that its not the way to predict earthquakes. "It's just a way to warn that the Earth is moving and something — an earthquake, or a landslide or something else — might follow," she said.        A lot of dead huge sea creatures sightings happened in the different shores in the Philippines like in Barangay Kayupo, Kiamba, Sarangani Province, a dead adult dugong or sea cow was seen in the shore   A Twitter user @hero_peewee tweets  some series of huge fish sightings.  Here are some screen grab from his twitter account.  All photo  credits to Hero Peewee Bacuño





Big sea creatures are usually  found in the deep ocean. They are seldom seen on the sea surface or the shore and when it happened, some folklores tell that something unexpected will happen. Just like the sightings of the oarfish. In ancient Japan the oarfish is called ryugu no tsukai or "messenger from the sea god's palace." They believe that  an earthquake or a tsunami is about to happen if this creature shows up but there is no concrete scientific basis.  Before the 6.7 magnitude earthquake hit surigao City, a giant oarfish. Some theory claiming animal abilities to sense the upcoming disaster surfaced but there is still no scientific basis.  Dr. Rachel Grant , a researcher in animal biology who study the possibility of detecting earthquakes using animal behavior said that the 'myth' about the oarfish being able to sense the forthcoming earthquake can be possible. However, Catherine Dukes said that its not the way to predict earthquakes. "It's just a way to warn that the Earth is moving and something — an earthquake, or a landslide or something else — might follow," she said.        A lot of dead huge sea creatures sightings happened in the different shores in the Philippines like in Barangay Kayupo, Kiamba, Sarangani Province, a dead adult dugong or sea cow was seen in the shore   A Twitter user @hero_peewee tweets  some series of huge fish sightings.  Here are some screen grab from his twitter account.  All photo  credits to Hero Peewee Bacuño




Big sea creatures are usually  found in the deep ocean. They are seldom seen on the sea surface or the shore and when it happened, some folklores tell that something unexpected will happen. Just like the sightings of the oarfish. In ancient Japan the oarfish is called ryugu no tsukai or "messenger from the sea god's palace." They believe that  an earthquake or a tsunami is about to happen if this creature shows up but there is no concrete scientific basis.  Before the 6.7 magnitude earthquake hit surigao City, a giant oarfish. Some theory claiming animal abilities to sense the upcoming disaster surfaced but there is still no scientific basis.  Dr. Rachel Grant , a researcher in animal biology who study the possibility of detecting earthquakes using animal behavior said that the 'myth' about the oarfish being able to sense the forthcoming earthquake can be possible. However, Catherine Dukes said that its not the way to predict earthquakes. "It's just a way to warn that the Earth is moving and something — an earthquake, or a landslide or something else — might follow," she said.        A lot of dead huge sea creatures sightings happened in the different shores in the Philippines like in Barangay Kayupo, Kiamba, Sarangani Province, a dead adult dugong or sea cow was seen in the shore   A Twitter user @hero_peewee tweets  some series of huge fish sightings.  Here are some screen grab from his twitter account.  All photo  credits to Hero Peewee Bacuño






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