War Kills Dolphins in Ukraine

by Meifan Honcharuk
Thursday, August 3, 2023
War Kills Dolphins in Ukraine

Due to military ecocide, dolphins are washed ashore from the Black sea

Temporarily occupied Kyrylivka, Zaporizhzhia region. Residents and the local Telegram channel report multiple deaths of dolphins. Military dust and Russian underwater mines, oil products from sunk weapons, and the explosion of the Kakhovka dam have polluted the sea and air, which is why these marine mammals are washed ashore. In addition, the ecological background of the Black sea is being destroyed by underwater explosions of Russian mines, the work of Russian radars and floating "islands" of military debris.

That is not a disaster for the first day. Dolphins and other animals also die in the sea of Azov. It is the ecocide in Ukraine.

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