You've probably read about the massive numbers of birds dying lately. It looks like it's not just birds and it is worse than imagined.
An anonymous user has decided to plot this on GoogleMaps with data collected from various media outlets. Each pin on the map represents a place where a significantly large amount of animals has died.
However, science says that this is normal and it's nothing to be worried about.
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