Its not the first report of a dead bird with the flu in the world, i think you are just talking about spain? In my hometown Falkirk in Scotland there
was a bird found to have had the deadly H5N1 strain on March 29th of this year. Nobody had caught anything from it so we are all hopefully going to be
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