CHICAGO — A necropsy on a beloved, endangered shorebird in Chicago named Monty the Piping Plover exhibits he died of a respiratory an infection, specialists stated Tuesday.
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The Lincoln Park Zoo stated it partnered with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the College of Illinois Zoological Pathology Program to find out the chicken’s reason for demise.
The extreme fungal respiratory an infection included a laryngitis that restricted Monty’s airway, the zoo introduced.
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Extra testing is being carried out to establish the fungus however it’s suspected of being environmental in origin, the zoo stated.
Additional testing concluded Monty didn’t present any indicators of excessive pathogenic avian influenza, also referred to as chicken flu, that has been spreading in a number of states, the zoo stated.
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Monty died Might 13 at Chicago’s Montrose seaside.
His stays can be supplied to the Discipline Museum’s avian division to be out there for future research that contribute to the restoration of the Nice Lake piping plovers, the zoo stated.
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