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Experts have expressed concern that the chemical may also affect humans. Therefore stray animals should be investigated.
So far we have seen the effects of environmental pollution and climate change in natural disasters and in many forms. But a shocking case of chemical pollution has surfaced in Russia’s Gjerisk. The color of stray dogs is turning blue due to chemical pollution here.
People living near the Orgasteklo Company in Jarisk told that the factory closed 6 years ago. Hydrogenic acid and methyl methacrylate (Plexiglas) were produced in large quantities in this company. Due to the change in the color of the dogs, a large number of officers are reaching to check the area.
Andrey Mislatives, the manager of this plant, has labeled the pictures of the dogs as fake. However, chemical experts point out that a chemical plant from the era of the Soviet Union is present in the gerisk. It was a large chemical production facility. It is believed that due to the chemical waste released from this plant, animals are turning blue.
Experts fear – chemical effects are possible on humans too
Experts have expressed concern that the chemical may also affect humans. Therefore stray animals should be investigated. One should find out why his hair became blue in color.