deformed body and slow and erratic motion, It’s not about members of the undead mob, but about pigeons, Specifically, the British pigeon. presence of a mysterious disease he is Infecting pigeons has sounded the alarm in Britain.
it’s about a highly contagious virus that it is affecting the pigeons of Jersey, an island in the United Kingdom which is in the English Channel, and that turns them into “zombie pigeons”As reported by the British newspaper The Sun.
This virus is spreading very fast All alarms have been turned off for the possibility that it will spread to the rest of the avis From United Kingdom, loss Symptoms Which makes the disease look like a horror movie: twisted and distorted neck, extreme thinness, erratic and slow movement and inability to fly.
This condition, which has been diagnosed pigeon paramyxovirus or Newcastle disease, is extremely serious and fatal, In addition, animals show other symptoms such as green stools, paralysis of limbs, tremors or reluctance to eat or walk.
“There has been an increase in the number of ground pigeons entering the JSPCA animal shelter in recent weeks, many of which have shown neurological damage and symptoms such as Neck twitching or non-stop circling“, a spokesman for the asylum on Jersey Island explained to British media.
According to the same sources, These symptoms are related to a viral disease called Pigeon Paramyxovirus. Those whose presence or suspicion in captive birds should be reported to the authorities and it can affect not only pigeons, but also tortoises, pigeons or chickens.
There is no cure for the virus that causes this disease, which is spread through feces and other secretions, so “Zombie Pigeons” That Have Been Diagnosed With Paramyxovirus Are Being Euthanaised To prevent new infections.
Although Zombie Pigeons Aren’t Dangerous And the disease does not spread to humans, with British officials warning their citizens to avoid contact, because handling these birds can cause ConjunctivitisAnd report any suspicious case immediately.
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