Raining fish in Agusan del Sur


The resident were ultimately shocked when they saw school of fish fell out of the sky.

The residents of Agusan del Sur in the Philippines were surprised and bewildered when a school of fish rained down in their area.

On early morning of January 13, 2012, the residents of Poblacion Village in Loreto were shocked by dozens of mudfish, which measured 3 inches, that rained upon them.

PAG-ASA Butuan Chief Engr. Lolit Binalay said it was not the first time fish rained down in their place as it also occurred in Lake Mainit in Agusan del Norte few years ago.

An American scientist Nilton Renno explained that it is a phenomenon called "Lluvia de Peces," wherein whirlwinds over water turn into watersprouts that carry with it the water's contents.

He further explained that fish tend to fly into the sky with the watersprout. They are able to swim in the clouds and come down when the wind can no longer support them thus falling out of the sky.

GMA News reported about the bizarre occurrence and according to the report, 72 fish survived from the fall out and were brought by the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources for further investigations.




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Raining fish in Agusan del Sur
The resident were ultimately shocked when they saw school of fish fell out of the sky.
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