Health experts have been pictured at a farm in Yorkshire where a reported bird flu outbreak has been confirmed.
Dressed in protective suits the health experts were seen at Nafferton farm yesterday ahead of today's planned cull of the 6,000 resident ducks.
It is believed the current bird flu outbreak, which has also affected the Netherlands and Germany, was brought to Europe by wild swans migrating from Asia.
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