Sunday, 27 August 2017

Who's a Blue Boy? Indian Dogs Tinted by Polluted River

By Sara G. Miller, Staff Writer | August 16, 2017 01:43pm ET

Dogs of a different color have been spotted roaming the streets of Navi Mumbai in India, according to news reports.

At least five bright blue dogs have been seen in the industrial area of the city, and a polluted river may be to blame, the Hindustan Times reported on Aug. 12.

Stray dogs often wade into the Kasadi River in search of food, but thanks to the industrial waste that's been released into the water, the dogs emerged with a Smurf-like dye job in addition to any scraps they could fish out. 

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