The bodies have been shipped off a Bhopal-based lab to check on the off chance that they passed on because of winged creature influenza or some other explanation, Mehsana’s creature farming official Dr Bharat Desai said
The creature farming division has gathered examples of 50 transient fowls from the Thol lake and sent them to Bhopal for examination, he said
Four crows were discovered dead in Gujarat’s Mehsana locale on Thursday, in the midst of an alarm sounded in the state considering the winged creature influenza cases arising in some different pieces of the nation, authorities said.
The crows were discovered dead in the premises of the celebrated Sun Temple in Modhera town of Mehsana.
The remains have been shipped off a Bhopal-based research facility to check in the event that they kicked the bucket because of winged creature influenza or some other explanation, Mehsana’s creature cultivation official Dr Bharat Desai told PTI.
“If there should arise an occurrence of the avian influenza, an enormous number of fowls pass on abruptly. For this situation, just four have kicked the bucket because of obscure reasons. Despite the fact that it doesn’t resemble an instance of avian flu, we have sent the corpses to a research facility in Bhopal for an itemized investigation,” Desai said.