May 4, 2018
Rain of flightless animals has been reported throughout history. In the first century AD, Roman naturalist Pliny The Elder documented storms of frogs and fish. In 1794, French soldiers saw toads fall from the sky during heavy rain Lille in France. Rural inhabitants in Yoro, Honduras, claim ‘fish rain’ happens there every summer, a phenomenon they call Lluvia de Peces. And within the last two days, fish rains were reported in Iran, China and India.
Fish fall from sky over Iran, China and India in April and May 2018
According to witnesses, small fish – same species and size – fell from the sky and covered half of a road in Golpayegan, in the Iranian province of Isfahan, Iran on April 24, 2018. The phenomenon occurred during a heavy storm. One of the many explanations for this strange phenomenon is a tornado or a waterspout that would eject fish from water bodies into the air… There is a dam and a large reservoir just 18 km southeast of the city of Golpayegan. Did the fish fly from there?
Now, if this is not enough, there are three videos captured in China and India over the last few days, showing hundreds of fish covering entire roads, with cars and buses trying to drive around (but it is very difficult when so many lie on the ground).
Thanks to: http://strangesounds.org