The sick mammals were found in Florida and Sweden and are both thought to have died from the disease.
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Sep 12, 2022 9:52 AM
For the first time ever, wild cetaceans have tested positive foravian flu, also known asbird flu. The contagious disease typically infects wild aquatic birds and domestic poultry, but a recent and particularly virulent strain has been popping up in a widerange of species, including a dolphin in Florida and a porpoise in Sweden.Top ArticlesREAD MOREREAD MOREWhat’s Up With This “Underwater Waterfall”In Mauritius?
The world’s first case of bird flu in a porpoise was detected after a male stranded on a beach in Sweden back in June. It…
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