The world has now been shocked after the terrible tsunami generated by an earthquake in Japan, triggered a number of further devastation. It’s doubt Mexico country to be the next victim when a strange phenomenon appeared on a beach near the coastal city of Acapulco on March 11, 2011. Thousands of fish blackened the sea water like a large oil slick. Most of the people suppose this scene is associated with to the tsunami in Japan, resulting in huge damage and nuclear power explosion. However, the American geologist Rich Briggs said: "You would really like a link, but you're never quite sure.”… “Tsunamis, local schools certainly change but it is very difficult to establish a sound link with the large school of fish for the Mexican coast."
Viewed from the sky, the dense school of fish looks similar to large oil slicks.
The phenomenon is supposed as an alarming signal of the possibility of a tsunami hit Mexico.
Along the Pacific coast, populations are warned to take precautions for the likely tsunami and earthquake.
The fish schools seldom approach the coastline in Acapulco, Mexico.
Large school of fish reaches near the coast of Acapulco.
Is this an unexpected fluke for fishermen?
"It was so much fun. There were about 20 or 30 fishermen and there were people who came with their kids to take advantage of it." said Carlos Morales, a fisherman.
Residents catch fish with some plastic bag or simple bucket.
The appearance of thousands of sardines, anchovies and mackerel is mentioned as unusual phenomenon around the time that an earthquake followed by tsunami hit Japan few days ago.
However, some experts still doubt about whether there is any relationship between two events.
Local residents show no worry about the masses of fish and explain this event is resulted from abnormal currents the tsunami caused in Japan.