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Hundreds of birds fall from sky, dead

*** Large flock of starlings drops from sky, leaving hundreds of birds lying dead on the ground, showing signs of collision with an invisible object. ***

Shock as flock of dead birds falls from sky

A nurse got the fright of her life when she arrived home to find hundreds of dead starlings littering the ground.

Julie Knight said she found more than 100 corpses in her front garden alone -- which is just 3.6m (12ft) long.

'They literally seemed to just fall out of the sky. About 70 were dead straight away,' said the 53-year-old.

'It was like something out of a horror film -- like Hitchcock's The Birds -- it was absolutely terrifying.'

The starlings had blood coming from their beaks and many had their feet already curled up in Sunday's bizarre event, which has baffled experts.

Lloyd Scott from the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds said they might have flown into something but admitted: 'This is one of the oddest things I've ever heard about.' He added: 'When flying around in a murmuration -- the coordinated sky-dance of the starlings -- they relate each movement to the seven birds closest to them.

'They are hardwired into doing this and on instinct they stay away from each other.'

Eyewitnesses to the incident in Coxley, Somerset, are adamant the birds did not collide with each other or fly into a structure such as a conservatory.

Ms Knight called RSPCA officers, who saved just six birds, put dozens of others that were beyond help to sleep and collected the dead. Vets from the RSPCA and the RSPB are studying the starlings and awaiting toxicology results.

Metro, "Shock as flock of dead birds falls from sky", 11 March 2010

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