Driving through the streets of the Russian city of Dzerzhinsk, one person spotted a number of dogs who had unusual blue and green colors, suggesting there is a chemical effect to that.
Blue dogs were spotted near an abandoned chemical plant at Dzerzhinsk in Russia's Nizhny Novgorod region.strange colouring may caused by chemical waste such as copper sulphate.vibrant blue coats not a happy one.much concerned issue. it may cause health issues to them#saveanimals pic.twitter.com/USBGSkKupB— priya balu (@priyabalu_2000) February 14, 2021
The photos that went viral online showed the dogs roaming around an abandoned area in blue and green colors. This got online commentators to believe it was the result of chemical waste dumped in the area, where a chemical plant was once built before it was closed down a few years ago.
In #Dzerzhinsk, Nizhny Novgorod region, central #Russia, there were stray dogs photographed with blue fur. Dzerzhinsk has a lot of chemical manufacturing, so the tint is probably linked to the chemicals in the environment: https://t.co/1vl74tCrzu pic.twitter.com/0PJCAnqVNT— Alex Kokcharov (@AlexKokcharov) February 11, 2021
While admiring the nice photos social media users expressed their concern over the damage the chemicals are leaving on the wildlife and the environment, saying more should be done to protect animals and the different species found in the ecosystem.
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