A peculiar phenomenon involving birds acting as natural warning signals has been observed in Japan just hours before a significant earthquake struck Japan’s Ishikawa prefecture following a 7.5 magnitude earthquake.
Earlier today, residents reported witnessing extraordinary behavior among various bird species in the affected areas. Eyewitnesses described flocks of birds suddenly changing their flight patterns, exhibiting unusual agitation, and emitting distinctive warning calls. These unusual bird behaviors were noted in multiple locations across the country.
Seismologists and ornithologists are now collaborating to analyze the correlation between the birds’ activities and the subsequent earthquake. Preliminary findings suggest that the birds may have picked up on subtle seismic signals or changes in the Earth’s electromagnetic field, acting as a natural early warning system.