Photo: Yeoncheon Imjin River Civic Network
In South Korea river Site highlighted in red for the blood of slaughtered 47 thousand pigs. About it reports The Independent.
It is known that sick animals was common in the region of the African swine fever (ASF). The blood got into the river due to the rains. Local authorities have assured that the incident will not cause the spread of the epidemic in other animals, as the slaughter of pigs disinfected. It is emphasized that people of African swine fever is not dangerous. Local farmers at the time refused to work because of the “unbearable smell”.
The current epidemic of the African plague of pigs came to South Korea from China, where it was first recorded last year. Experts believe that speech can go about such a global threat, as one China accounts for about half the world’s pigs.
By the end of June 2019 in Asia (including China, Vietnam, Taiwan, North and South Korea, Cambodia and Mongolia) in the epidemic killed more than three million animals.
In 2016 in the capital of Bangladesh rivers have turned red from the blood of slaughtered animals after the celebration of Kurban-Bayram.
Video, photo All from Russia.