Hundreds of birds found dead in Rome after NewYear fire works

Hundreds of birds were found dead in the Italian capital on New Year's Eve after many people burst fireworks to celebrate the new year. They are said to have suffered from heart attacks as a result of the fireworks.

The footage and pictures from the streets near the main train station and several other locations in Rome showed bodies of hundreds of these little birds. The animal rights groups came forth to call it a massacre and blamed it on the fireworks.

Though the cause of their death was not apparent, the International Organisation for the Protection of Animals (OIPA) said that it was related to the loud display of fireworks in the leafy locality of the city where the birds roosted.

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