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Potawatomi Zoo takes precautions to protect birds from Avian Flu

(Tom Franklin/95.3 MNC)

It’s a lockdown, of sorts, for all birds at the Potawatomi Zoo, as they’ve been pulled out of the outdoor habitats due to the increase of cases of avian influenza.

In a post of Twitter, zoo leaders stated that avian influenza is highly contagious, so for the health and safety of their birds, they’ll be staying inside.

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