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January , 2015
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Sultanpur National Park shut after 47 birds die

Source: The Times of India, Date: January , 2015

The Sultanpur National Park has been shut for a week after 47 birds, mostly Eurasian coots, were found dead inside the sanctuary. The park management said the dead birds were discovered on Saturday and sent for avian flu tests, though they didn't show signs of an H5NI infection. They believe the deaths were caused by pesticides in crops but decided to close the park immediately as a precautionary measure.

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