*Red Algal blooms*

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Subject: *Red Algal blooms*
From: John Gamblin <>
Date: Thu, 26 Oct 2000 01:24:04 -0700 (PDT)
Perhaps if the muttonbirds were to have eaten fish
that had been eating a red algal bloom. It still would
not explain the time factor? why they all keeled over
at the same time? and despite the huge vast area

A line column of birds in flight?

Leaders would eat before the rest of the flight?

Leaders would be dead on the beach before new beach
arrivals succomb?

They are not falling orf their perch due to

So it's something they have eaten?. Would all have
eaten the tainted fish at the same time? NO ....

Hmmmmmmm anyone ??????


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