It is reported in The Week (March 19, 2010) that a northern desert in Australia has seen two recent fish storms. On successive days, at around the same time, Lajamanu was deluged with perch, which fell from the sky still flopping. Vic was not impressed; he says you hear from time to time about fish or frogs raining down upon the earth. He blames it on waterspouts. Okay, but how much water has to be sucked up around the fish to keep them alive until they can be dumped, not near shore, but on the edge of a desert?