Don’t eat Dungeness crab, California health department warns
Do not — repeat, not — eat crab caught along much of the California coast until further notice.
That’s the stunning message issued Tuesday by health officials just days before Saturday’s start of the recreational crab season, which may be delayed.
The California Department of Public Health is warning that potentially deadly levels of domoic acid have been found in Dungeness crab and rock crab caught along the coastline between Oregon and the southern border of Santa Barbara County. As a result, the state Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment is recommending the Dungeness season be delayed and the rock crab fishery be closed.
Website Comment: At this time refrain from eating anything that comes out of the pacific ocean. And this is why…
As of 2013 scientists have claimed that the pacific ocean is dead. Observed is very little marine life and little to no airborne life either. If Fukushima has deliberately released that much radiation into the pacific IT IS DEAD and other oceans will follow. Don’t eat any fish, either live, frozen or canned. Mark that OFF your list and thank General Electric for taking seafood off our menu; FOREVER!!!
The Gulf Coast is polluted beyond repair, the Pacific Ocean is FOREVER out of the question and the Atlantic is cold and covered with barrels of toxic whatever across the bottom. Now that the Oceans are going dead; so will we.
About all I can say for the United States Senate is that it opens with a prayer and closes with an investigation.