Hardangervidda, Norway—More than 300 reindeer lie dead on August 28 after being killed by lightning during an unusually powerful thunderstorm in Norway’s Hardangervidda region. Norwegian officials told local media that the animals were probably huddled together when the lightning struck.Launch Slideshow 4 PHOTOS
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