Nothing to see here: Rivers along Korean border run red with blood after massive pig cull (PHOTOS) | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Nothing to see here: Rivers along Korean border run red with blood after massive pig cull (PHOTOS)

Heavy rainfall has been blamed for the spread of vast amounts of pig’s blood into rivers along the Korean border this week, following a cull of some 47,000 hogs amid an outbreak of African swine fever (ASF).

A local NGO claims that blood from a nearby burial site, where some 47,000 pig carcasses had been disposed of, had seeped into the Imjin River due to heavy rainfall.

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