DEAD MINK RESURFACE FROM MASS GRAVE IN DENMARK
On friday minks were culled to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus at fur farms.
In western Denmark, two weeks before there was thousands of minks were affected by this virus and died which were buried at a military area.
The authority's said that there is no fear but there are many residents near by and they are fearing that it would affect their drinking and bathing water which is just 200meter away from the fence.
The mink were buried in trenches about 2.5 metres (8.2 feet) deep and covered with about 2 metres of soil the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration said.
The mass graves are guarded 24 hours a day to keep people and animals away from the graves until a fence has been constructed the authority's said that there is no risk of the graves spreading the coronavirus.
On friday Jyllands-Posten newspaper Several lawmakers have criticised the hasty culling and have call for the dead minks to be dug up which is not possible.