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Mexico, blackbirds, 5G, video virus, mysterious death of birds, sudden flock of birds | The flock of birds suddenly fell to the ground, and many died; People said – 5G technology is responsible

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A shocking video has been released from North America. Here in Guatemo, Mexico, a flock of birds suddenly fell from the sky to the ground. The flock consisted of hundreds of yellow-headed black birds. Many of these birds died. The incident is said to have taken place on February 7th. Its video is going viral on social websites. More than 1.4 million views on Twitter. Pollution, 5G technology and power cables have been blamed by many for the incident.

The flock of other birds may also be responsible
According to bird experts – the cause of the incident was a large bird such as a peregrine falcon or hawk trying to hunt them down, causing a large number of birds to fall to the ground and die.

What is 5G Current or Network?
5G home internet service launched in October 2018 in the United States. This high speed internet technology was first launched in April 2019 in South Korea. Since then 26 more countries have joined. Currently, there are more than 190 million 5G subscribers. Most of these are from China, where 5G was introduced in October 2019.

It is designed to connect a wide variety of devices compared to a smartphone. It offers high speed and efficiency. 5G operates in 3 bands as low, medium and high frequency spectrum. Speed ​​in the low band spectrum is limited to 100 Mbps (megabits per second). The mid-band spectrum offers more speed than the low-band.

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However, there are limitations to the coverage area and signal. In the high-band spectrum, the speed drops to 20 Gbps (gigabytes per second). This is not the first time 5G has been blamed for a bird crash.

Birds die in India too
In 2021, cases of bird deaths due to bird flu were reported in India. It was believed that the birds were dying due to Geo’s 5G test. 5G is now said to be the cause of bird crashes in Mexico.

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