The bizarre incident occurred near an abandoned chemical plant that once produced highly toxic hydrocenic acid
In eastern Russia, packs of dogs change inexplicably into pink and blue.
A strange phenomenon has occurred in and around the city of Dzerzhinsk, about 242 miles east of Moscow, near the Dzerzhinkoye Orgsteklo chemical plant, which once produced the highly toxic hydrocenic acid. principal components Once in the commonly used “Prussian Blue” dye. Experts believe that this description may help explain why some puppies are now blue through blue – including their excrement.
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Without a clear description, Dimitri Karlekin, head physician of the Zuzschita Veterinary Hospital, officially accused blue of “certain types of chemicals” that do not physically harm animals.
Meanwhile, examiners from the Lobachevsky Research Institute of Chemistry of Nizhny Novgorod State University, as well as the Committee for State Veterinary Surveillance, found that “there are no signs of chemical irritation,” while results from blood and feces tests do not reveal significant toxicity. Were.
The blue dogs reportedly will be under surveillance for about 20 days. Meanwhile, no announcement has been made specifically to address the leaflets turning pink, according to news agency East2West. However, some are calling for an investigation into a chemical dump in another area of Dozerhinsk, where 300,000 tons of toxic waste were later loaded Cold war. The nearby Kristall defense plant has also been implicated in local reports.
East2West has reported that city officials are calling the claims “exaggerated”.
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