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Residents of Oriental Mindoro Found Massive Amount of Fish After Taal’s Eruption

A massive amount of fish has been found in the coastal area of Lumangbayan, San Teodoro in Oriental Mindoro after Taal’s eruption.

On Monday (January 13, 2020), Taal volcano is one of the most trending and most discussed topics online after its eruption yesterday. The volcano belched ashes, small rocks, and other volcanic materials.

The state volcanology agency Phivolcs raised the alert level to 4 and the eruption displaced numerous residents in the area. Swarms of earthquakes and imminent eruptions are expected due to Taal’s unrest state.

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Recently, a Facebook user named Zhul Alexis has shared the photos of a massive amount of fish in the coastal area of Lumangbayan, San Teodoro in Oriental Mindoro. The massive amount of fish appeared after the eruption.

In the photos, it can be seen that the residents in the area were busy gathering and collecting fish in the coastal area. Alexis is asking for prayers fearing that the incident might indicate an upcoming catastrophic event.

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Here is the full post:

NAGLABASANG MGA ISDA😱 WAG NAMAN PO SANA NA SINYALES ITO NA MAY IBA PANG MAGAGANAP😭😭😭 PRAY PRAY PRAY AT SOBRANG BABA NG TUBIG💔

#Lumangbayan, san teodoro Oriental Mindoro”

Another netizen named Atoms Ki Tilaram also shared the photos of coral reefs, which appeared due to low-tide.

Meanwhile, superstitious people believe that the appearance of deep-sea creatures indicates an upcoming calamity or something is happening in the deep. However, scientists have not yet approved the claims.

The social media users expressed their reactions to the post:

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