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The Jatinga incident is a mysterious phenomenon that occurs yearly during the monsoon season in Jatinga, a small village in the Dimasa Hasao district of Assam, India.
September 11, 2023: During this time, birds fly into the village and crash into trees, buildings, and even people. It has been a phenomenon for centuries, but no one has been able to explain it.
The birds involved in the Jatinga incident are primarily small, dark birds called hill mynas (Acridotheres tristis). They are known to migrate to the Jatinga Valley during the monsoon season. However, during this time, they also exhibit strange behaviour, flying into lights and objects in a seemingly suicidal manner.
The Jatinga incident typically occurs at night, when the birds are most active. The birds will fly into the village in large flocks, often colliding with each other and with objects in their path. They may also land on the ground and become disoriented, unable to fly away. The phenomenon is most common between September and November but can occur at other times of the year. The number of birds involved in the incident can vary yearly, but it is not uncommon for hundreds or even thousands of birds to be affected.
There are many theories about what caused the Jatinga incident.
Some people believe it is a form of mass suicide, while others believe that a natural phenomenon, such as a magnetic field or a gas leak, causes it.
There is also a theory that the birds are attracted to the village’s lights.
One theory is that the monsoon rains are disorienting the birds.
The rain can create a fog that makes it difficult for the birds to see, and the shower sound can also be c. Another theory is that the birds are attracted to the village’s lights. The lights can confuse the birds and make them think they are flying into a natural light source, such as a moonlit sky. Consequently, the birds could crash into the lights or objects nearby. There is also a theory that predators are attacking the birds.
The birds may fly into the village to escape predators like owls or hawks. However, this theory needs to be supported by more evidence.
Many studies have been conducted on the Jatinga incident, but they have yet to come up with a definitive answer. Some researchers believe the birds are attracted to the village’s lights, while others believe a natural phenomenon disorients them. There is also a theory that predators are attacking the birds and are trying to escape. In 2018, researchers from the University of Delhi studied the Jatinga incident. The researchers found that the birds were more likely to crash into objects when the village lights were on. However, the researchers also found that the birds were still crashing into things even when the lights were off, suggesting that other factors may be involved.
The Jatinga incident remains a mystery. What causes the birds to behave this way has yet to be determined. However, the phenomenon continues to fascinate people from all over the world.