|http://www.youth.cn 2011-01-14 13:33:00 中国青年网 China Youth Net http://www.youth.cn 2011-01-14 13:33:00|
Happen "bulbul" birds Hung To Road, the scene of collective death, both sides of the glass curtain wall buildings. 。 Xinhua People's Daily January 14, according to Hong Kong's Wen Wei Po reported, just enter 2011, a large number of birds around the world keep coming, the mysterious mass deaths of fish, causing panic.。 Kwun Tong in Hong Kong yesterday morning there are birds of collective death. 22 commonly known as "bulbul" the birds were found in the collective Hung To Road, road deaths fell, some mouth with blood.。 Passers-by seeing this, was panic. AFCD officers dispatched to the scene wearing protective clothing, to go bird autopsy, laboratory cause of death. Experts said the birds, live on both sides of buildings have glass walls, do not rule out low-flying birds to pass through the misconception that group, into a glass curtain wall, causing carnage; a similar situation is not uncommon in urban areas.
渔农A spokesman for the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department said the department officers at the scene and seized 22 dead birds, all common in Hong Kong, "Bulbul" (commonly known as "Pulsatilla"). The Department will be dead for the H5N1 avian bird flu test to determine the cause of death.
Site for the Westin Centre 26 Hung To Road, off. 26 floors of the building, glass curtain wall with blue water, do not rule out bird group was mistaken for the sky, like flying over the killed.
。 The incident occurred about 10 pm yesterday. A passer-by discovered the site only with more dead bird species, roads and footpaths falling one after another. 。 Passers-by with a dead bird for fear of anti-avian influenza virus, the police immediately. It is reported that some dead bird mouth with blood, seemingly broken neck and died. Police officers arrived at the scene investigation, notify the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department, sent the staff to wear protective clothing, were seized 22 "Bulbul" bird carcasses for testing.