Officials in Bali cannot explain the death of thousands of birds at the Office of Public Works and Spatial Planning (PUPR) in Karangasem on the island of Bali. Birds have most probably been asphyxiated by gases and vapors currently emanating out of the crater of Agung volcano. Indonesian officials are baffled by the sudden death of thousands of birds in the eastern part of the island Bali. Officials don’t want to

testify that these birds falling from the sky are more likely victims of the recent volcanic and seismic unrest of Agung volcano and answers to a frightened population that rain is most probably responsible for the mass die-off: ‘We do not know yet whether it is related or not, if the volcanic gases have already reached the region and the town. READ MORE