India, 17 August.- In the states of Maharastra in India, several stray dogs began to turn, with a blue coloration, which has caused great concern among citizens, authorities and above all in the animal protectors.
However, thanks to the research carried out, a local newspaper reported that the coloration of the canes is derived and fully related to the pollution of a river that is located near the city where you are dumped industrial waste that had long been banned for human consumption.
Stray animals are the most vulnerable to these waters because they drink, swim and search for food in the place, but thanks to several photos of the animals, disseminated via the social networks, several groups of environmentalists have filed complaints with the Board of Pollution of Maharastra.
It is anticipated that approximately 1,000 pharmaceutical industries and food are responsible of the damages to the river and to the canes, which some reports have mentioned that the degree of contamination is 13 times higher than the permitted limit.
Animal protection have demanded the authorities to take the necessary measures of the way as fast as possible since the problem also affected the fishermen of the area.
With information from The Capital
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