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People on the island said the unknown sickness hit the fowls without warning earlier this month [July 2011]. The birds' eyelids swelled up, some flipped upside down with legs in the air and died, while others died of dehydration even though water was available for the animals. Mostly young chickens -- from 2 months to a year old -- died in the outbreak.