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Panic as Aquatic animals Continue to Wash up on Beaches along the North East of England

Puzzle As Death Raids Aquatic Animals along the North East Of England

Panic as Aquatic animals Continue to Wash up on Beaches along the North East of England
Panic as aquatic animals continue to wash up on beaches

Panic as Aquatic animals Continues to Wash up on Beaches along the North East of England.

the volume of Aquatic Animals Continue to Wash up on Beaches along the North East of England,

Massive investigations are currently ongoing on the possible cause behind the reasons why

thousands of Crabs and Lobsters continue to die along the North East of England.

In this happening, residents have expressed frustration, described the event as the worst they had ever encountered.

Looking for possible causes, the Environment Agency has confirmed that samples had been taken from the sea organisms, water, and sediment for lab analysis.


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The research was enforced after dead and living creatures started appearing on the shores along the Teesside coast.

Aquatic Animals Wash up

The affected regions are mainly between Marske and Saltburn, North Yorkshire, in Seaton Carew, Hartlepool, and further north at Seaham.

It is crystal clear that the laboratory findings will be mostly based on dead marine life for possible attacks by parasites and disease.

Seismic surveys have been blamed by scientists for blasting the seafloor with airguns in search of offshore oil.

Resulting in the massive death of water creatures including whales.

Panic as Aquatic animals Continue to Wash up on Beaches along the North East of England

Scientists have also indicated that the blast is so loud and has the potentials to penetrate through the ocean for a long distance.

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The outcomes of this action stand a high chance to affect lots of animals including whales, turtles, and dolphins.

And due to the distraction of mating and feeding organisms may abandon habitats even resulting in death.

Alex Ford, A professor working at the Institute of Marine Science, University of Portsmouth also leaves a suggestion for possible causes.

In his words, he suggests that Harmful Algal blooms (HABs), Pollution, and possibly natural storms may be behind the troubling event.

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As the seismic tests impacted the environments and live styles of Whales and Dolphins,

they were also responsible for the death of lots of Crabs and Lobsters that occurred recently.

Panic as Aquatic animals Continue to Wash up on Beaches along the North East of England

According to “MailOnline” in a session with Alex Ford had stated that there are possibilities for the occurrence of recent dead by marine life.

Among which he supposed that natural storms, a pollution event, or harmful algal blooms (HABs). 

Adding that Autumnal storms usually wash up marine life to the shore around this time as well.

Environs express shock over the huge number of Crustaceans (Crabs and Lobster) that are washed up.

Organizations such as the Environmental Agency and Center for Fisheries and Aquaculture (CEFAS) will be looking on to see if there were any toxic algae or chemical contaminants in the water.

Dead Crab along the shore

This organization is also running a check if these groups of aquatic live washed up were affected by a known disease from bacteria or a virus.

In most cases, these actions can be caused by algal blooms (HABs).

The massive dead of animals could have been put down to disease if only it was just a species.

But in this case, verities of organisms were involved meaning it could have been a storm, algae, or pollution event.

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