November 25th – Danish radio and television broadcast a creepy video on the 24th: a group of mink killed to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus were buried and appeared on the ground “mysteriously”. The police explained that this is a natural phenomenon.
The video was reportedly shot in a mass graveyard at the Holstbro Military Training Base in northwest Denmark. Hundreds of partially swollen animal corpses were lying on the ground crowded, smelling rotten. Denmark’s Behring Times said that this phenomenon may be “dead zombie mink emerges from the grave to revenge”. Earlier this month, the Danish government ordered the killing of 15 to 17 million mink to avoid the spread of the novel coronavirus.
However, local officials ensure that the reappearance of mink bodies is completely natural. Police spokesman Thomas Christensen explained: “Animal carcasses produce gas during the decay process, causing the bodies to expand slightly, and in the worst case, they will be squeezed out of the ground.”
Christensen said that the last time the mink body squeezed out of the ground was on the morning of the 23rd, but this had happened before. Relevant authorities have solved this problem by burying animal carcasses deeper, and the depth of about 1 meter is obviously not enough to bury them in the ground. According to Danish Radio and Television, mink will be buried in soil at a depth of 2.5 meters.