In pictures: It’s so cold in Turkey that animals are freezing dead!


Cold weather and heavy snowfall engulfed northwest Turkey last week, killing more than 10 people in weather related accidents. And it was so cold that animals literally started freezing dead.

Frozen fox found dead in Turkey as a wave of cold temperature engulfed the country in January 2019.

A fox and a cat were found frozen in Çaldıran district of Van, where extreme cold temperatures (between -15°C and -25°C during the day and -35°C and 40°C at night) and strong winds engulfed the mountainous area.

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The fox was looking for food as it suddenly froze dead.

According to first reports, the fox died frozen, while searching for food.

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Creepy killing temperature anomaly!

Meanwhile in Alanya, cold weather killed a cat.

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The cold temperatures also killed a cat in Alanya, Turkey.

Crazy weather anomalies in Turkey and other European countries these days!

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[Askam, Haberler, News Breezer, Yeni Alanya]





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