Bird Deaths: Italy Adds Up Mystery

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Reportedly, on the last few days, thousands of dead birds are falling from sky into Italy which adds more mystery into the dead bird’s accounts as well as dead fish in some states of America and European countries including Louisiana, Arkansas, Texas, Canada and Sweden. An Italian Association for Birds said that a mass of more than 8,000 turtle doves fell into Northern Italy.

 

The dead birds in Italy are mainly white turtle doves. This is a kind of pretty and docile birds which symbolizes the main celebrations and anniversaries such as weddings. A report states that the dead drove in Italy is the 15th incidents of dead wildlife in the world from New Year holiday.

 

 


Dead turtle doves are found on branches of trees, power lines and the roofs of houses in the Italian town of Faenza.

Dead turtle doves are found on branches of trees, power lines and the roofs of houses in the Italian town of Faenza.

 


Faenza is the latest place of dead animal epidemic in last week.

Faenza is the latest place of dead animal epidemic last week.

 


Over 1000 birds including turtle doves and other kinds are lying around, which are called “little Christmas balls” by local people.

Over 1,000 birds including turtle doves and other kinds are lying around, which are called “little Christmas balls” by local people.

 

The dead birds are seen everywhere over the trees, in the streets, on the roofs of house in the town of Faenza in northern Italy. Almost these “little Christmas balls” have strange blue twinges in their beaks, which is not a scientific sign of poisoning or having lack of oxygen or hypoxia. Even Dr. Anna Mazzini in forestry commission does not believe that the 15 worldwide events are connected, authorities stop telling that “another incidence is just a coincidence”.

 


Just before the midnight on New Year’s Eve, thousands of dead birds were falling first from the sky of Beebe, Arkansas like a scene in horror movie.

Just before the midnight on New Year’s Eve, thousands of dead birds were falling first from the sky of Beebe, Arkansas .

 


500 dead black birds lie along the Highway 1 near Pointe Coupee, Louisiana.

500 dead black birds lie along the Highway 1 near Pointe Coupee, Louisiana.

 


Dead birds’ falling also occurs in Sweden.

Dead birds’ falling also occurs in Sweden.

 


The mystery of the mass animal death epidemic deepens when it is spanning globally.

The mystery of the mass animal death epidemic deepens when it is spanning globally.

 

The mass animal death epidemic began in Beebe, Arkansas when about 5,000 birds falling from the sky on the New Year\'s Eve. Right on the next day, 100,000 fish reportedly died along Arkansas River and another 2 million dead fish were found in Maryland. Then, another 500 dead birds continues falling in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The story then is spanning the globe. Southeastern Sweden, Kentucky, Canada all reported the same phenomenon. Besides dead birds, 2 million fish died in Chesapeake Bay and approximately 40,000 crabs are found dead in Kent in Britain. The massive bead animals remain a mystery. At first, officials blamed for fireworks on New Year’s Eve and extremely cold weather are the main reasons for the occurrence. However, fireworks were flying around only on one night, which doesn\'t fully explain what is happening until now.

 


Dead birds are mainly blackbirds and starlings.

Dead birds are mainly blackbirds and starlings.

 


Scientists are investigating the reason for this strange epidemic.

Scientists are investigating the reason for this strange epidemic.

 

 

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