4 white rhinos mysteriously die in Australian zoo

03/21/2012 | ABC (Australia) · ABC News

A team of veterinarians and specialists at Taronga Western Plains Zoo in Australia has been running tests to determine why four white rhinos died suddenly. To date, the team has ruled out toxins, bacterial infection, snake venom, Hendra virus, West Nile virus and organ failure for the deaths, which happened shortly after the animals began stumbling and showing signs of other neurologic abnormalities.

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