Korean river turns red with pigs’ blood

Korean river turns red with pigs’ blood

A river in South Korea ran red after being polluted by blood from pig carcasses. This, comes on the back of an outbreak of African swine fever. South Korean authorities slaughtered 47,000 pigs to try to halt the spread of the fever. The pigs were stacked in a truck at a burial site near a tributary of the Imjin River - following heavy rains blood seeped into the water source.

Timothy
Timothy
CoLpOeSnED
CoLpOeSnED 3 months

oh yah, just throw the infectious pig blood outside, no biggie

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