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Paralyzed crows not west nile virus

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Necropsy on 8 young birds rules out West Nile Virus (Photo Credit: David Iliff, License CC-BY-SA 3.0)

Necropsies on eight young birds from B.C.'s northeast have ruled out viruses like West Nile.  But the mystery deepens because the birds were found to have broken wings and legs.  Daybreak's Betsy Trumpener speaks with Helen Schwantje.

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