Animals Facing Extinction Trend: Should We Blame it on the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster Tweet
2018-02-24 by Veronica Davis Follow @megatrndz
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The Save Animals Facing Extinction tweets today the third royal turtle nest found in the past two years. PHNOM PENH (Reuters) states that Wildlife experts in Cambodia have discovered a nest with 16 eggs built by the nearly extinct “royal turtle”, in the first such discovery this year, the non-profit Wildlife Conservation (WCS) Society said on Monday. Contradictory to the article that by not eating their meat and eggs will save these ocean creatures is not what will save them. Only our Lord Jesus Christ can bring them back to life.
But what is not being spoken about are the man made disasters around the Pacific Ocean and how it has affected the ocean living life. Try to search a video on youtube on the fukushima nuclear disaster 2017 and you will find over About 196,000 results. Why is that. Perhaps because the danger due to radiation is beyond imaginable. Animals extinct is blamed due to nuclear fall out. The truth may lie deep inside the thousands dead water creatures in the Pacific Ocean.
This is only the third royal turtle nest found in the past two years. https://t.co/Bxhj1N6F2R— Save Animals Facing Extinction (@SaveAnimals) February 25, 2018
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