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Gas pipeline blast: Avians too prerish


Cormorants dropped dead from a Neem tree in the vicinity of the GAIL gas pipeline explosion site at Nagaram village in East Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh on Saturday. A number of birds built their nests on a Neem tree in the marketyard which now wears a ghostly look, with empty nests. According to municipal workers who removed the carcasses, more than 200 birds may have perished in the fire. Photos: K.R. Deepak




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