River 'foam party' prompts Russian investigation
While some social media users jokingly referred to the scene as a "foam party," others voiced concerns about the cause and a threat to nature.
Russia's environmental watchdog Rosprirodnadzor said his inspectors were investigating the incident, which may have been caused by illegal dumping of chemicals.
The guard dog also said that slight traces of an oily substance were found in the river, which may have been used to make washing liquid, and that the samples were taken for further investigation.
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The local prosecutor said they were conducting checks to identify a source of illegal dumping.
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