REDONDO BEACH, CA - MARCH 9: Seagulls and pelicans feast on dead fish as workers and volunteers continue to clean up millions of dead sardines for a second day in King Harbor on March 9, 2011 in ... more 
REDONDO BEACH, CA - MARCH 9: Seagulls and pelicans feast on dead fish as workers and volunteers continue to clean up millions of dead sardines for a second day in King Harbor on March 9, 2011 in Redondo Beach, California. Wildlife experts are focusing on a theory that enormous schools of the small fish may have gotten confused or trapped in the harbor while sheltering from rough wind-driven seas then died after breathing all the available oxygen. Most of the foot-thick raft of dead fish that covered the waters on the first day after the die-off sank to the bottom of the harbor but are expected to rise again within a few days as rotting advances. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images) less 
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