Amid the growing fear of coronavirus accompanying with rumours a farmer in the Indian state of Karnataka buried a truckload of alive chickens in his farm.
According to the details, the farmer named Nazeer Ahmed Makandar, , dumped around 6,000 alive chickens in a large pit.
He also filmed the video of this horrendous act which went viral on the social media and natizen came up with strong reactions,
A dejected farmer Nazeer Makandar from Lolasoora village in #Gokak, #Belagavi decided to bury #chicken from his #poultry farm, following steep fall in price due to #CoronavirusOutbreak. @DeccanHerald @CMofKarnataka @mani1972ias #Coronavid19
Nazeer Makandar pic.twitter.com/OExEPM39ay
— Niranjan Kaggere (@nkaggere) March 10, 2020
not the correct analogy for this situation..
— Nitin Ramesh (@nitin_srn) March 11, 2020
Although what was done according to this video is wrong….releasing broiler chicken is bad…because broiler chickens are bred for meat…means they gain weight fast…after a certain weight they die due to weight complications…
— Arun (@ArunPillai10) March 11, 2020
Of course that doesn't excuse burying them alive. He should have chosen more humane methods.
— Krishna murthy (@kmurthy195) March 13, 2020
Earlier, Hundreds of wild Thai monkeys are swarming the town center in Lopburi, Thailand because the tourists that usually fed them fled due to Covid-19.
A video of the monkey hordes running around and fighting each other in Lopburi city center went viral on social media.
According to Bangkok Post, the monkeys, are generally from two different gangs – temple monkeys and city monkeys. Since there are no tourists in the Thai city, because of the slowdown in tourism, there was no one to feed the monkeys, leading to the gang war.
A person who filmed the video told the publication that those monkeys were looked more like wild dogs than monkeys as they went crazy for the single piece of food.
She further told that she had never seen monkeys this aggressive and she thinks those monkeys were very hungry. “There are normally a lot of tourists here to feed the monkeys but now there are not as many, because of the coronavirus,” she concluded.
น้องใจเย็นนนนน อยู่มาตั้งแต่เกิดพึ่งจะเคยเห็น Cr.Sasaluk Rattanachai pic.twitter.com/mZQ3oYLWuC
— ยิ้มหวานรัญจวนใจ (@naana_nanaa_na) March 11, 2020
Coronavirus which has now spread to 132 countries across the globe has now effecting animals.
According to the United Nations’s health agency global death toll has reached almost 5,000, while the global number of cases has surpassed 132,000 and about 68,000 victims have recovered so far.