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Zombie Pigeons Discovered in Russia [VIDEO]

A new terrifying threat has been discovered in Russia and is fortunately only affecting the pigeon population so far.

Reports are saying that there is a disease that is causing pigeons to behave strangely around people, fall from the sky, and even fly into buildings behaving like birds in a zombie horror movie.

Scientists have identified the cause as Newcastle Disease where the primary symptoms cause apathy, lethargy, disorientation and foaming at the beak before death. While there are no current cases outside of Russia, the concern for the spread of the disease is ever present.

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