OMAHA, Neb. (AP) – Zoos across North America are moving their birds indoors and away from people and wildlife as they try to protect them from the highly contagious and potentially deadly bird flu.
Penguins may be the only birds visitors to many zoos can see right now, as they are already kept indoors and usually protected behind glass in their exhibits, making it more difficult to access the Avian Flu.
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