Denmark to dig up thousands of dead mink after carcasses emerge from mass graves

Denmark plans to dig up thousands of dead mink culled to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, after the animals started to rise out of their mass graves.

수백 dead mink emerged from their burial sites, according to Danish state broadcaster TV2. It is believed the gas used to kill them caused the carcasses to swell and resurface, prompting Danish media to dub themzombie mink.
이번달 초, Denmark ordered all farmed mink to be culled after finding that 12 people had been infected by a mutated strain of the virus that causes Covid-19, which passed from humans to mink and back to humans.
약간 17 million mink were gassed and buried in trenches in a military zone in western Denmark. The bodies were buried under two meters of soil but hundreds started to rise to the surface.
    금요일에, Denmark’s minister for agriculture, Rasmus Prehn, suggested one solution would be exhuming and burning the mink, but that would need the approval of the country’s environment agency, 그는 말했다.
    하나, TV2 reports that the dead mink will be disinfected and reburied.
    Prehn became minister for agriculture after his predecessor, Mogens Jensen, was forced to step down over the order to cull all mink, which was determined to be illegal.
    This did not halt the culling program, 하나, and the speed of the killings, which involved gassing large numbers of mink in large boxes, raised ethical concerns.
    A video of a failed killing went viral in Denmark, with footage showing a lone, live mink wriggling in a box full of other dead animals.
      Another issue is the potential economic impact of the cull. The Danish fur industry directly supports 5,500 직업.
      Spain and the Netherlands have also culled mink herds due to outbreaks of Covid-19 in the animals.

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