In this April 13, 2014 photo provided by Kumamoto Prefecture, a local government worker in white protective overalls stands on top of bags of dead chickens after H5 virus was detected in two birds, at a poultry housing in Taragicho, Kumamoto Prefecture, western Japan. The 112,000 chickens were ordered culled on Monday, April 14 after the two tested positive for a highly pathogenic avian influenza at a farm in the town. (AP Photo/Kumamoto Prefecture)

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In this April 13, 2014 photo provided by Kumamoto Prefecture, a local government worker in white protective overalls stands on top of bags of dead chickens after H5 virus was detected in two birds, at a poultry housing in Taragicho, Kumamoto Prefecture, western Japan. The 112,000 chickens were ordered culled on Monday, April 14 after the two tested positive for a highly pathogenic avian influenza at a farm in the town. (AP Photo/Kumamoto Prefecture)
In this April 13, 2014 photo provided by Kumamoto Prefecture, a local government worker in white protective overalls stands on top of bags of dead chickens after H5 virus was detected in two birds, at a poultry housing in Taragicho, Kumamoto Prefecture, western Japan. The 112,000 chickens were ordered culled on Monday, April 14 after the two tested positive for a highly pathogenic avian influenza at a farm in the town. (AP Photo/Kumamoto Prefecture)
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