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Thirty-three more dead swans have been found in the Lagansk district of Kalmykia
Thirty-three more dead swans have been found in the Lagansk district of Kalmykia, a tiny republic on the Caspian, over the past 24 hours, bringing the number of dead birds to 183, the press service of the regional center of the Emergencies Ministry reported on Wednesday. Meanwhile, bird flu was not confirmed in samples taken from dead swans earlier. However, the republic is taking measures in connection with a bird flu threat. In order to prevent contact between domestic poultry and wild birds, owners have been advised to keep their fowl indoors. Stocks of disinfectants, anti-plague clothes, and medicines have been made in the republic in case the diagnosis is confirmed and quarantine is imposed. Thirty-three dead swans were found on the Caspian coast in Kalmykia’s Lagansk district on November 27. Several days later, another 117 dead swans were found. All of them were cremated. No dead or sick species have been registered among domestic fowl.
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