Saturday, September 4, 2010

Cold Snap Kills Amazon Fish

This would be empirical evidence that should point away from global warming, but the alarmists will use it as proof of "manmade climate change," while antithetical warm snaps here and there are strictly attributed to anthropogenic global warming. Neat little scam. All weird weather (which has always happened) is our fault.

Antarctic cold snap kills millions of aquatic animals in the Amazon.

The San Julián fish farm in the Santa Cruz department of Bolivia lost 15 tonnes of pacú fish in the extreme cold.Never Tejerina

With high Andean peaks and a humid tropical forest, Bolivia is a country of ecological extremes. But during the Southern Hemisphere's recent winter, unusually low temperatures in part of the country's tropical region hit freshwater species hard, killing an estimated 6 million fish and thousands of alligators, turtles and river dolphins.

[From Cold empties Bolivian rivers of fish : Nature News]