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BIRDFLU TIGER
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October 21, 2004 
A Thai veterinarian gives a tiger a Tamiflu tablet in an attempt to ward off the deadly bird flu virus... 
Thailand 
A Thai veterinarian gives a tiger a Tamiflu tablet in an attempt to ward off the deadly bird flu ... 
A Thai veterinarian gives a tiger a Tamiflu tablet in an attempt to ward off the deadly bird flu virus at Sri Racha Tigers Zoo in Chonburi province. A Thai veterinarian gives a tiger a Tamiflu tablet in an attempt to ward off the deadly bird flu virus at Sri Racha Tigers Zoo in Chonburi province, 80 km (50miles) east of Bangkok on October 21, 2004. Thailand ordered a cull of 40 tigers suspected of suffering from bird flu on Wednesday after seven more of the big cats died, bringing the tiger death toll at an infected zoo to 30. "We need to cull 40 sick tigers with a potassium chloride injection," Thawat Suntrajarn, head of the health ministry's Department of Disease Control, told Reuters. "Otherwise they will become a reservoir for the disease." REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom 
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