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So Sad, Hewan-hewan Ini Mati Gegara Tumpahan Bahan Kimia

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Kamis, 24 Jun 2021 21:22 WIB

Sri Lanka - Penjaga pantai mengevakuasi sejumlah hewan laut yang mati di pantai Sri Lanka, Hewan itu diduga mati karena tumpahan bahan kimia dari kapal yang terbakar.

Wildlife officials carry away the carcass of a turtle that was washed ashore at the beach of Angulana, south of Sri Lanka's capital Colombo on June 24, 2021. (Photo by ISHARA S. KODIKARA / AFP) (Photo by ISHARA S. KODIKARA/AFP via Getty Images)

Kura-kura yang mati keracunan bahan kimia dibawa oleh sukarelawan di Pantai Angulana, Kolombo (24/6). AFP via Getty Images/ISHARA S. KODIKARA

Para penjaga pantai mengevakuasi sejumlah hewan laut yang mati di pantai Sri Lanka. Penyu, lumba-lumba dan paus biru itu diduga mati karena tumpahan bahan kimia yang dibawa oleh kapal yang terbakar, beberapa waktu lalu.

Seekor penyu yang mati terdampar di Pantai Lavinia, pinggiran Kolombo, Sri Lanka, (24/6). Hampir seratus bangkai penyu dengan kerusakan tenggorokan dan tempurung mati. Diduga dampak tumpahan bahan kimia yang dibawa kapal kontainer, MV X-Press Pearl yang terbakar. AP/Eranga Jayawardena

FILE - In this Monday, May 31, 2021 file photo, a crab roams on a beach polluted with polythene pellets that washed ashore from burning ship MV X-Press Pearl anchored off Colombo port at Kapungoda, out skirts of Colombo, Sri Lanka. To save the planet, the world needs to tackle twin crises of climate change and species loss together, using solutions that fix both not just one, two different teams of United Nations scientists said in a joint report released on Thursday, June 10, 2021. (AP Photo/Eranga Jayawardena, File)

Warga melintas di depan penyu yang mati terdampar di pantai Pantai Lavinia, pinggiran Kolombo, Sri Lanka, (24/6). Selain ratusan penyu yang mati, belasan lumba-lumba dan paus biru dilaporkan mati akibat tumpahan bahan kimia di laut Sri Lanka. AP/Eranga Jayawardena

This picture taken on June 10, 2021, shows wildlife officials removing the carcass of a sea turtle washed ashore at Galle Face beach in Colombo, as dozens of turtles and dolphins were killed by intense heat and chemical poisoning from a container ship that burned for almost two weeks off Sri Lanka. (Photo by - / AFP) (Photo by -/AFP via Getty Images)

Pekerja satwa liar Sri Lanka memindahkan bangkai penyu yang membusuk di pantai yang tercemar, di Pantai Galle Face, Sri Lanka (10/6). Sejumlah hewan laut dikhawatirkan mati karena kepanasan dan keracunan bahan kimia.  AFP via Getty Images/

This picture taken June 15, 2021, shows volunteers checking the carcass of a blue whale that washed ashore at the island of Kayts, in the northern Jaffna region, as dozens of turtles and dolphins were killed by intense heat and chemical poisoning from a container ship that burned for almost two weeks off Sri Lanka. (Photo by - / AFP) (Photo by -/AFP via Getty Images)

Para sukarelawan memeriksa bangkai paus biru yang terdampar di Pulau Kayts, Sri Lanka, (15/6). AFP via Getty Images/

FILE - In this Monday, May 31, 2021 file photo, a crab roams on a beach polluted with polythene pellets that washed ashore from burning ship MV X-Press Pearl anchored off Colombo port at Kapungoda, out skirts of Colombo, Sri Lanka. To save the planet, the world needs to tackle twin crises of climate change and species loss together, using solutions that fix both not just one, two different teams of United Nations scientists said in a joint report released on Thursday, June 10, 2021. (AP Photo/Eranga Jayawardena, File)

Seekor kepiting merayap di pantai yang tercemar di Pantai Kapungoda, Sri Lanka (31/6). Pasca tumpahan bahan kimia yang dibawa oleh kapal terbakar MV X-Press Pearl, pengamat mengkhawatirkan bencana ekologis di kawasan tersebut. AP/Eranga Jayawardena

FILE - In this Monday, May 31, 2021 file photo, a crab roams on a beach polluted with polythene pellets that washed ashore from burning ship MV X-Press Pearl anchored off Colombo port at Kapungoda, out skirts of Colombo, Sri Lanka. To save the planet, the world needs to tackle twin crises of climate change and species loss together, using solutions that fix both not just one, two different teams of United Nations scientists said in a joint report released on Thursday, June 10, 2021. (AP Photo/Eranga Jayawardena, File)

Pekerja satwa liar Sri Lanka memindahkan bangkai kura-kura yang membusuk di pantai yang tercemar, (21/6). Hewan laut banyak yang mati setelah kapal kontainer berbendera Singapura, X-Press Pearl terbakar. AP/Eranga Jayawardena

So Sad, Hewan-hewan Ini Mati Gegara Tumpahan Bahan Kimia
So Sad, Hewan-hewan Ini Mati Gegara Tumpahan Bahan Kimia
So Sad, Hewan-hewan Ini Mati Gegara Tumpahan Bahan Kimia
So Sad, Hewan-hewan Ini Mati Gegara Tumpahan Bahan Kimia
So Sad, Hewan-hewan Ini Mati Gegara Tumpahan Bahan Kimia
So Sad, Hewan-hewan Ini Mati Gegara Tumpahan Bahan Kimia
So Sad, Hewan-hewan Ini Mati Gegara Tumpahan Bahan Kimia