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Bird flu kills 40 in Queen’s Windsor swan flock, half of population dead

Bird flu kills 40 in Queen’s Windsor swan flock, half of population dead
Written by Ali Raza

Tragically for the UK Queen, around 40 of her Windsor swans have now been slaughtered by flying creature influenza as volunteers in biohazard suits gathered bodies.

The tolls recommend that around a large portion of the domain’s rush has been wiped out.Teams of veiled rescuers have been conveyed to prevent the infection from spreading further.

As per a story done by The Sun, Swan Support volunteers were brought in as tests on seven swans uncovered the reason was feathered creature influenza.

The Queen, known to be an aficionado of the winged creatures, was left disheartened when told at the few days of the flare-up.

As indicated by Swan Support co-ordinator Wendy Hermon, there was a group of four gathering the bodies.

The strain of winged creature influenza is the H5N6 infection and local people in the River Thames town are stunned.

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