Llamas Rescue Fish In Cumbria From Climate Models

Emergency rescue from anticipated warming.


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7 Responses to Llamas Rescue Fish In Cumbria From Climate Models

  1. TinyCO2 says:

    The obvious next headline will be “climate change freezes fish, specially adapted for warmer temperatures. Vendace, that were created to cope with global warming, have proved unable to survive the harsh cold caused by climate change. Will the CO2 carnage ever end?”

    Head they win, tails we lose.

  2. Justa Joe says:

    Wouldn’t this fish that they are transplanting to a new lake be an “invasive” species? When it comes to ‘climate change’ all bets are off.

    I can’t believe that this chick’s ‘reporting’ s actually published in a newspaper. I could believe in a Junior High School newspaper.

  3. Andy Weiss says:

    Won’t the poor, little fish suffer from periodic episodes of Warmcold? Then they will have to transport them back down the mountain at taxpayer expense.

  4. mitchel44 says:

    You’ve all missed the point.

    Import enough llama’s and hire enough conservation officers and you could get rid of 4X4’s and landrovers.

    That’s got to be a winner on the ecotard scale of social justice.

  5. Traitor in Chief says:

    Meanwhile, all the fish died during the journey. After a fish fry and beer bash at altitude, the enviros buried the remaining fish beneath a rare species of tree that is suffering from nutrient loss due to climate change. The trees died from the disturbance.

  6. Baa Humbug says:

    In years to come, these fish will be known as the “Stolen Generation” and compensation will have to be paid.

    Fu#*!ng idiots.

  7. Luke of the D says:

    Everyone knows that fish can’t anticipate things… I bet they never saw those lamas coming… poor fish.

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