DANISH ZOMBIE MINK LITERALLY RISE FROM THE DEAD FROM GASSY MASS GRAVES
Zombie mink. So you likely have already heard that mink all over the world have been under the culling gin in recent months. And Denmark literally culled (killed) all of their mink. So why? Because mink catch Covid and spread it on. That’s a reasonable reason in the current pandemic climate. Humans give mink Covid. Mink spread Covid, Covid keeps right on going. So it was a no-brainer to sacrifice every mink on every farm. At least in Denmark. But something no one expected is happening. The dead Danish zombie mink are coming back to life, digging out of their own, mass graves.
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ZOMBIE MINK ARE REAL, BUT HOPEFULLY NOT TO STAY, AS DENMARK LOSES ITS MIND
So if that sounds like a horror story, that’s because it is. Zombie mink. As you might imagine, this is scaring the people of Denmark beyond all belief. We’re talking about mass graves of roughly 17 million little critters, here. So just imagine standing near one of these mass grave sites and suddenly the ground starts moving. Things start digging their way out of their graves. These zombie mink are like pet cemetery, but on a scale I shudder to think about. And it’s not a Stephen King novel movie. It’s the 2020 Covid world reality.
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HORROR, AS GASES FROM DECAYING ZOMBIE MINK PUSHING THEIR BODIES OUT OF THE GROUND
So no, before you get all literal with this story, the mink are not actually coming back to life. But they are, as you would rightly assume, rotting carcasses. But the gases that form underground from decaying corpses (mass corpses), can literally push the seemingly zombie mink corpses up out of the ground. USA today describes the reaction from Danish locals as “a national frenzy.” And what could be worse? Well, how about millions of zombie mink corpses in mass graves in low-lying flats in close proximity to groundwater? There’s something rotten in the state of Denmark.