FILE - In this Wednesday, March 13, 2013 file photo, a worker hauls away bodies of dead pigs with a net in Zhonglian village of Jinshan district in Shanghai. In the nearly two weeks sin

 

              FILE - In this Wednesday, March 13, 2013 file photo, a worker hauls away bodies of dead pigs with a net in Zhonglian village of Jinshan district in Shanghai. In the nearly two weeks sin
FILE - In this Wednesday, March 13, 2013 file photo, a worker hauls away bodies of dead pigs with a net in Zhonglian village of Jinshan district in Shanghai. In the nearly two weeks since thousands of pig carcasses started littering a river running through Shanghai, its residents have been told not to worry. What they haven't been given are convincing explanations behind the deaths and the dumping. The lack of clarity about the nearly 14,000 dead animals in a river system that supplies drinking water to the Chinese financial center has spawned both theories and dark humor: Residents joke that they can turn on their faucets and get pork broth. (AP Photo/File) CHINA OUT