Avian flu cases in Mammals raise concerns in US states as scientists warn against ‘high-likely’ spread to human

 Washington, Kentucky, and Montana have recorded mammalian bird flu cases this year, according to the USDA.

 H5N1, avian flu, is spreading to marine creatures, and US officials have warned citizens.

 Washington, Kentucky, and Montana reported mammalian bird flu cases this year, according to the USDA. 

  Kentucky found the virus in a raccoon, Washington in three striped skunks, and Montana in a mountain lion.

 It warned that the virus can cause severe illness and death.

 For decades, the virus has infected approximately 82 million wild birds, mostly poultry, in 48 states.

 Since it has spread to mammals, people are frightened about catching the virus, even if the risk is modest.

 Wildlife Conservation Society Dr. Chris Walzer told CBS News: “I think it's quite likely. 

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