29 Aug '16, 3pm

Deadly lightning strike kills 323 reindeer in Norway

Deadly lightning strike kills 323 reindeer in Norway

A press release published by the Norwegian Environment Agency says 70 of the 323 reindeer found were calves. It is likely they became fearful of a thunderstorm that shook the area late last week and huddled together, resulting in what is possibly the deadliest lightning strike involving livestock. The Guinness World Records does not follow overall wildlife deaths from lightning strikes, but The Verge located a 2005 incident in which

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