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New Dead Bird Rain, this time in Sweden

 
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New Dead Bird Rain, this time in Sweden
Nouvelle pluie d’oiseaux morts, cette fois en Suède

mercredi 05 janvier 2011, 09:52
Après les hécatombes d’oiseaux tombés du ciel en début de semaine dans les Etats américains de l’Arkansas et de la Louisiane, c’est à présent l’Europe, et plus précisément une petite ville de Suède, qui est confrontée à un phénomène similaire. Une cinquantaine, voire une centaine de choucas, tombés du ciel ont en effet été recensés à Falkoping, dans le sud-ouest de la Suède, où les vétérinaires tentent de trouver une explication à cet incident inhabituel.

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New rain of dead birds, this time in Sweden

Wednesday, January 5, 2011, 09:52
After the slaughter of birds fell from the sky earlier this week in the U.S. states of Arkansas and Louisiana, is now Europe, and specifically a small town in Sweden, which is facing a phenomenon similar. Fifty or a hundred jackdaw, fallen from heaven have indeed been identified in Falkoping in south-western Sweden, where veterinarians are trying to find an explanation for this unusual incident.
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What is the link ho?
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That is their homepage. Don't you have a link to the article?
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Dead birds fall from sky in central Sweden


Dead birds have fallen from the sky in central Sweden, echoing a number of unexplained incidents earlier this week across the southern US.
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Shortly before midnight on Tuesday, residents found 50 to 100 jackdaws on a street in Falköping southeast of Skövde. The site has been blocked for a veterinary inspection of the birds.

"We do not know what the cause is," said Tomas Ahlgren, officer in command at the Skövde police.

Emergency services have cordoned off an area around the site so that the birds can be examined by the county veterinarian. According to Sveriges Radio Skaraborg, these are between 50 and 100 dead birds.

A veterinarian was his way to investigate the birds on site on Wednesday morning. County veterinian Robert ter Horst would not speculate on what may have caused the birds' deaths.

"We will work quietly and methodically," he said.

On New Year's Eve, an estimated 4,000 to 5,000 blackbirds tumbled from the sky on an Arkansas town shortly before midnight on New Year's Eve.

Separately, 500 birds plummeted to the ground 580 kilometres away in Louisiana on Monday and a Kentucky woman reported finding dozens of dead birds in her yard.

Speculation on the causes of the US bird deaths has ranged from fireworks, the weather, noxious fumes or a "sonic boom."
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