Bring That Week Back: Week of Jan. 3

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Mass Animal Deaths

Almost since the start of 2011, the world has seen massive groups of animals dying mysteriously. On New Year’s Eve more than 5,000 blackbirds fell out of the sky in Arkansas and not far from the site 100,000 fish died. And more recently, 2 million fish in the Chesapeake Bay died, 150 tons of red tilapia died in Vietnam and 40,000 crabs in Britain have also died. According to scientists, mass animal deaths are not out of the norm.

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