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Birds carry flu viruses that can become deadly global pandemics. These scientists take iron there to protect us from this threat.
Dangerous killer lurks on the shore of Jersey – killer so deadly that he can destroy 30 million people in one year.
This threat is a pandemic influenza virus that scientists are not yet ready to fight. "The world has to prepare for pandemics in the same serious way as it prepares for war," said Bill Gates last year on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Spanish flu that he wiped out. 50 million people in 1918
If not checked, pandemic flu today can kill a total of 150 million people – nearly half of the US population – after 20 months.
History has taught us something, that is, there will be another deadly global pandemic, "said Gates. Bill Gates says a devastating "fad of nature" could kill 30 million people in one year, researchers have struggled against this threat by studying bird sludge.
Each pandemic influenza, from this Spanish influenza in 1918 to the 2009 H1N1 epidemic, originated from birds, which are the primary hosts of pandemic influenza
So every spring, , descend to the southernmost end of New Jersey in Delaware Bay, where the seasonal fury of migrating birds creates a unique, perhaps even His annual study of sampling bird birds and barrels is a strange but critical ritual, which scientists hope will help prevent the next pandemic flu before it is too late. ,
Every spring, scientists and birds are united in Reed Beach, New Jersey, where a huge annual cocktail of birds is housed.
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Up to 25 species of sea birds come to the beach for one reason : Enjoy raw hawthorn eggs.
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Time is key because hubcap-big crabs spawn for about four weeks each year, and protein-rich eggs provide snacks in the middle of the flight for thousands of migrating birds, while fly north in the summer. Hilary Brueck / Business Insider
This is a critical moment for both birds and crabs , that the beach is completely enclosed for people in a month.