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Throughout the most recent 100 years, a large number of birds have traveled to their demise over a little segment of land in Jatinga, India.
In a town of just 2,500 individuals, this strange Bermuda Triangle of fowl passing remains generally unexplained, in spite of studies by India's most esteemed ornithologists.
After storm season, generally in September and October and just happening on dull moonless evenings, 44 types of birds in Jatinga abruptly become upset between the long stretches of 6-9:30pm.
Oddly getting perplexed, the birds plunge toward the lights and lights of the urban communities. Be that as it may, the term self destruction is a misnomer for several reasons.
While birds have been known to every so often plunge to their demises (however very likely not deliberately), ordinarily it is the residents in Jatinga who do the actual killing.
Accepting the birds to be "spirits flying from the sky to threaten them" the residents took to catching them with bamboo shafts and pounding the life out of the fowls.
Regardless of the risk and the encores each year, the birds keep on traveling to their demise in this little territory of 1500 by 200 meters.
Various speculations have been proposed, one recommending that a mix of high elevation, high breezes, and haze leads muddles the fowls and they are pulled in to the light of the town (brilliant light itself has been known to bewilder flying creatures) as a wellspring of flight adjustment.
Another hypothesis proposes that the climate of the area prompts "changes in the attractive characteristics of the underground water" causing the winged animals perplexed state.
Untamed life and fowl social orders in India have gone to the town to teach them about the wonder trying to stop the mass killings of the birds.
From that point forward fledgling passings have diminished by a little less than half. Government authorities in Assam are wanting to utilize the wonder to draw in vacationers to the little city, and some work has gone into making facilities for guests in Jatinga.