B129 – Unusual growth observed in salmon tissue Hydaburg, Alaska (fish, salmon)
This newly released story from ENENews is incredibly disturbing and the pictures below not for the squeamish. While millions of Americans still sleepwalk through the dangers of Fukushima, the animals and fish in Alaska tell the true tale while the video below from Kevin Blanch shares that there is now scientific proof that the deaths of seals in Alaska were due to radiation from Fukushima.
Reports: White ‘goo’ everywhere in Alaska seal, crows won’t touch it… yet they eat people’s roofs — Slime in ones mouth, kidney almost black — Another appeared to change color — Hairless one seen recently: “We all still have sick seals here!”
Local Environmental Observers (LEO) Network, Oct. 24, 2013: Hairless seal near Shishmaref— Shishmaref Alaska. October 19, 2013 (seals, subsistence) My friend and her husband shot a spotted seal at the mouth of Serpentine River on Saturday Oct. 19th as they were pulling it in the boat they notice it was a hairless seal, she didn’t have anything to take a picture with. Just to let you know we all still have sick seals here!
Local Environmental Observers (LEO) Network, Updated Oct. 8, 2013: Sick spotted seal — Eek, Alaska, April 12, 2013 (marine mammal) […] hunter reported that he had caught a spotted seal that he thought was sick. He then proceeded to gut the marine animal and found there was white puss or goo like substance along the muscle tissue everywhere. A very small bit of the fat was chewed on and nothing else. We have crows, they are known to eat just about anything, even silicone off the roof… this animal is not being touched.
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