.. 500 more dead sea lions; Fukushima radiation continues to spread across ocean Another mystical wave of lifeless sea pets has washed ashore in Peru, the possible consequence of ongoing radiation releases from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear facility in Japan. BBC News reports that 500 dead sea lions were recently found out on Peru’s northern coastline, some 250 miles north of the administrative centre city of Lima, with no obvious explanation as to the reasons this occurred. The latest of several mass die-offs recently, the rotting corpses were found on Anconcillo Beach, situated in Peru’s Ancash region.At the final end of the march, famed recording artist Sam Harris will sing Someplace Over the Rainbow live during a video tribute highlighting key moments in HIV/Helps. Related StoriesDespite reduced HIV/AIDS deaths, disease still persists in South AfricaNew initiative released to accelerate seek out effective HIV vaccineBrown University experts describe new solution to test HIV mutations ‘Remember AIDS’ is normally tribute to all of those who have been dropped to HIV/AIDS as well as to the estimated 33 million people living with HIV/AIDS worldwide today. The event is a chance to look ahead also, as we renew attempts to increase access to HIV testing, treatment and prevention locally, and globally nationally, said Cynthia Davis, Domestic Vice Seat of AIDS Health care Foundation’s Plank of Directors.