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Russia's chief doctor Tuesday sounded a dire warning over the country's crows, which he said are potential carriers of bird flu
Russia's chief doctor Tuesday sounded a dire warning over the country's crows, which he said are potential carriers of bird flu. "Crows are feathered wolves and should be exterminated mercilessly," Gennady Onishchenko said. He also said wild birds should be driven away from nesting grounds near cities and poultry farms. In February 2006, a wave of bird flu hit nine regions in Russia and killed over a million birds. No human cases have been registered in the country.
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