Amid an avian influenza scare in Uttar Pradesh, as many as 74 birds, together with 51 crows and 9 pigeons, have been found dead in the last 24 hours in Kanpur.
These deaths have been reported from city and suburban pockets of the town, based on officers.
As many as 74 birds have been found dead in 13 completely different areas of Kanpur, together with Chunniganj, Fazalganj, Seesamau, Latouch Street, Kalyanpur, KDA Colony, Bilhaur and Choubepur, District Forest Officer (DFO), Kanpur, Arvind Yadav stated right here on Tuesday.
5 fast response groups, which have been constituted in the wake of teh chook flu scare, visited the spots, collected samples and disposed carcasses in a scientific method, he stated.
Up to now, 81 samples, together with serum samples, of poultry birds have been collected from varied locations and despatched to the Indian Veterinary Analysis Institute (IVRI) in Bareilly for serologic and virological testing , the DFO stated.
Carcasses of 4 crows and two pigeons have been despatched to Bhopal for testing in a scientific method by means of particular mail, he stated, including that these have been found dead in Fazalganj, Sisamau, Kalyanpur and KDA Colony.
The Nationwide Institute of Excessive Safety Animal Ailments in Bhopal can be one of many labs in the nation the place samples are being examined.
Through the winter season, a number of species of migratory birds come to the lake space of the Kanpur zoo, a zoo official stated.
He stated that round 500 chook species, together with the Janghil, Black-winged Stilt and Ibis, have arrived on the zoo.
On Monday, a workforce reached the lake, took samples of chook feces and despatched them to IVRI for testing. The zoo administration has put groups across the 4 towers (the place migratory birds sit) for monitoring.
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