As Lilaur Lake's water becomes toxic, migrant bird populations decline.

Heavy metals in the lake water are killing birds . Migrant birds are arriving in smaller numbers because of a lack of facilities for hatching and food .

Bareilly (Uttar Pradesh) India: The water of Lilaur lake in Bareilleys Aonla tehsil is becoming poisonous for migrant birds, which is thought to be the witness of the conversation between Yaksha and Yudhishthir in Mahabharata.The migrant birds have largely stopped coming to Lilaur Lake for so many years, as has been shown.Several surprising conclusions emerged when the Zoology department at Bareilly College investigated the fall of migrant birds as a result of the excavation.The presence of heavy metals in the lake water was found to be the primary reason for the decrease in the number of migratory birds.

Migrant birds are arriving in smaller numbers because of a lack of facilities for hatching and food.Due to a lack of fresh water, the historic lake is also in a existential crisis.Rajendra Singh, a Professor of Zoology, conducted a review of five other lakes in the state, determining that the presence of lead, cobalt, mercury, manganese, molybdenum, and cadmium is killing birds.

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