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Why were hundreds of birds found dead on the streets of Rome?

Why were hundreds of birds found dead on the streets of Rome?
Hundreds of birds were found dead on the streets of the Italian capital, Rome, causing great concern to passersby.

Hundreds of birds were found dead on the road after a New Year’s Eve celebration at Rome’s Termini train station, according to a foreign news agency.

The cause of the bird’s mysterious death has not yet been determined, but animal protection groups have blamed fireworks. A taxi driver in Rome said he was on duty when he passed the road and did not understand what it was. Later, when he looked closely, he realized that it was a dead bird.

It should be noted that fireworks were banned in Rome for New Year’s celebrations, but this ban was completely ignored on New Year’s Eve.

Now, following the incident, the International Organization for the Protection of Animals (OIPA) has called for a nationwide ban on the sale of crackers and firecrackers.

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