Images of corpses buried as part of the country’s coronavirus have gone viral on Twitter after being filled with gas and submerged. Police are recovering the bodies of animals after a natural disaster at a military training ground.
Thomas Christensen, a national police spokesman, told state broadcaster DRK: “Gas can be formed as the corpses decay.
“It simply came to our notice then. Thus, in the worst case, the mink is removed from the soil. “
Social media users have responded to a joke report about a “zombie mutant killer minkus” mutiny.
Melissa Combs wrote: “Wow! I didn’t have a zombie mink on my 2020 bingo card. “
Lenny Mack asked: “Are we ending 2020 in a mink zombie apocalypse?”
Stephen Tiger-Anderson writes: “2020 is the year of the Zombie Mutant Killer Minix.”
Nikolai Nielsen wrote: “Run … Zombie Minkara is coming.”
In the West Juteland region of Denmark, police were reportedly placing bodies on the ground to hide, with some animals falling three feet down.
Read more: Mink mutation vaccine may be resistant to coronavirus warning
Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Saturday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Saturday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck.
France has also ordered a thousand minutes of removal after the coronavirus was detected in the farm population.
The French government said that all animals on a farm in the Eure-et-Loir region would be suppressed.
Authorities have begun testing on various farms.