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Avian mystery: Flock of birds die after falling from sky bleeding from eyes in Australia

New Zealand Herald Thursday, 11 July 2019 ()
Avian mystery: Flock of birds die after falling from sky bleeding from eyes in AustraliaWarning: Contains graphic images Dozens of native corella birds have died overnight after they fell from the sky in an Adelaide outer suburb.Bleeding from their eyes and beaks, more than 50 gravely ill birds began falling from...
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