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June 16, 2015
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Kauai North Shore Thresher Sharks

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From: underwater2web . <underwater2web@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, Jun 16, 2015 at 12:41 PM
Subject: More turtle damage at Tunnels plus lots of dead sharks!!
To: Gov’t cushy jobbers
Cc: More Gov’t cushy jobbers

Hi Gov’t Scientist,

I shot an hour video three days ago at Tunnels in shallow water in the evening and documented 11 turtles. Mostly small ones. 10 had damaged shells, flippers or a lot of crustose algae on their shell and red algae on their necks.
This is a huge change form a few years ago when one out of ten would of had any kind of similar damage.
The turtles are not going to the cleaning stations! All of the commercial divers are noticing this because they take their clients to see the turtles and have done so for 20 years! Much of the coral and fish have died at the turtle cleaning stations over the past two years. I have these sites documented over and over for ten years now and they are featured in my new full length movie called Ka Honu The Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle.
We also had 5 thresher sharks wash up on the beach in Hanalei a few days ago dead. One swam in circles by the pier for a day before it died. I have seen all the pictures a local resident took and will have the pictures soon. The DLNR may have come out and removed the sharks so maybe you can study them. 
All five sharks had torn, blackened fins and were bleeding from the gills! 
The shark damage looks very similar to the dolphin damage from Indian River Lagoon in Florida by the military base. 
The torn tissue in the corals looks like the torn tissue in the inner ear of whales that die from sonar.
The US military is using floating microwave antennas off the coast of Kauai and also blasting the coast with sonar. The turtle shell and flipper damage could be caused by this. Plus the electrocuted sharks and whales could easily be killed by the massive amount of wattage the microwave antennas produce that spreads out over the sea surface.
It seems to me that there is now so MUCH evidence that the military is responsible for the coral deaths, dead turtles, dead whales and dead sharks washing up on the beach at Tunnels and Hanalei.
I realize that you work for the federal government so you may not be able to do a study that exposes the military, but someone needs to be in Kauai monitoring all of this marine life damage!!
I have also seen 12 turtles in the last three months missing flippers. One was missing three flippers! I know sharks can bite off a turtles flipper but we just do not have that many tiger sharks here in Kauai. I have seen only one turtle missing a flipper over the past three years and now it is common!
I have not seen any of the damaged turtles for more than a few days and I dive everyday. I believe that the damaged turtles are all dying quickly because I would spot them over and over. I know one dead turtle washed up in Hanalei Bay recently but I was gone so I did not get any pics.
I labeled these pictures so it is easy to see the damage.
Aloha,
Terry Lilley
Marine Biologist
Hanalei, Kauai
http://underwater2web.com
All Photographs  © 2014 Terry Lilly
Aloha,
Terry
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From: underwater2web . <underwater2web@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, Jun 16, 2015 at 11:51 AM
Subject: Re: Survey

No. I was gone when they came ashore! —-, —– girlfriend took a bunch of real good close ups she is going to give me!!

There were 5 sharks. All had torn, blackened fins and were bleeding from their gills! Perfect electrical shock symptoms. These young thresher sharks live out to sea and in schools close to the surface. Having five make it to shore within one day is just crazy!

 

Terry Lilley
Marine Biologist
Hanalei, Kauai
http://underwater2web.com
All Photographs  © 2014 Terry Lilly
Damage is probably from both Sonar and Chronic, low level Electrical Discharge into the reef .Radar antenna electromagnetic induction at the surface of the shallow conductive, well grounded ocean.  Also probably what humans look like inside if we live long enough near strong electromagnetic fields…
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Sending a US Senator to Check it Out!

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