Mar 13, 2011
Local time on March 11, the Mexican resort of Acapulco, a large number of shoals turned up near the beach, including sardines, anchovies, perches and mackerels, and so on. Local fishermen thought that this spectacle might be caused by the giant tsunami triggered by 8.9 magnitude earthquake in Japan. The U.S. Geological Survey geologist opines that the tsunami is able to change water flow, but it is difficult to assign any tie-up between those two events.
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