142 wild birds found dead in Saitama / Test result of chemical material and avian flu were negative

According to Kazo city Saitama, 142 wild birds were found dead within a few hundreds of meters radius area before the noon of 7/13/2013.

46 were starlings, 29 were sparrows, 67 were not verified.

They took 10 samples for avian flu test but all of them were negative. Also, they took 7 samples for chemical material test but all of them were negative.

The reason of the deaths are not verified.





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142 cadavres d’oiseaux dans Saitama / Toutes les recherches de grippe aviaire et de toxiques chimiques sont négatives


Selon la ville de Kazo dans Saitama, 142 cadavres d’oiseaux sauvages ont été trouvés sur une surface de quelques mètres de rayon peu avant midi l’ 13 juillet 2013.

Il y avait 46 étourneaux, 29 moineaux et 67 n’ont pas été identifiés.
Ils en ont pris 10 pour vérifier la grippe aviaire mais nous se sont révélés négatifs. Ils en aussi pris 7 pour recherche de produits chimiques, tous également négatifs .
La raison de leur mort n’est pas connue.


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