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originally posted by: Flyingclaydisk
a reply to: butcherguy
Would probably work I guess.
As a general rule though, I generally don't eat anything I didn't see alive at some point. Just never know what caused it to be dead.
originally posted by: stormcell
Or someone has put out poisoned bait to kill a flock of birds that have been roosting in a particular field. This has been done many times.
DRAPER, Utah – More than 200 birds fell from the sky onto a Draper street Monday, leading residents to wonder what caused this mass avian accident. “It’s one of the rarest things I’ve ever heard of,” said Sergeant Chad Carpenter with the Draper City Police Department.
The Times reports that the dead starlings began appearing the weekend of January 27th at the Porta Pia gate in the Aurelian Walls of Rome. Residents reported the ground being covered with corpses, blanketing walkways and roads with dead, and eventually flattened, birds (photos here).
“We found they were in good health but suffering from the trauma and broken bones you would associate with collisions, either with each other or with cables.”
Hundreds of birds, normally flying in large swarms in the city center, suddenly fell from the sky just in front of the State Government building of Parral, Mexico, baffling onlookers and officials, who have no ideas what just happened in front of them on February 25, 2018.