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Dead fish from the Oder scramble Berlin and Warsaw

2022-09-29T17:42:16.610Z

REPORT - The border river has suffered an ecological disaster, and Poland is blamed. Special envoy to Schwedt and Frankfurt-on-Oder Binoculars at the ready, the director of the German national park of the Oder, Dirk Treichel, is getting ready, with an enthusiasm similar to that of children, to welcome this weekend the annual spectacle of the cranes, these "birds of happiness which, migrating south, linger for a moment on the alluvial plain. But after this joyful interlude, the ma



Special envoy to Schwedt and Frankfurt-on-Oder

Binoculars at the ready, the director of the German national park of the Oder, Dirk Treichel, is getting ready, with an enthusiasm similar to that of children, to welcome this weekend the annual spectacle of the cranes, these

"birds of happiness which,

migrating

south, linger for a moment on the alluvial plain.

But after this joyful interlude, the man remains dejected by the atmosphere of desolation which invaded, in the heart of summer, this peaceful and lively place, a natural haunt of 1000 km.

"Nearly two thirds of the stocks of the Oder have perished"

, brutally assesses Dirk Treichel, during the greatest contemporary

"ecological disaster"

having hit the border river, between Germany and Poland.

As a result of a probable chemical leak on the Polish side, more than 300 tons of fish died, scattered over a distance of 40 km - both majestic zander populating the bottom, half a century old, but also miniature species…

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Source: lefigaro

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