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Blue Dogs Spotted in India—What's Causing It? | National Geographic

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These blue dogs were found in Taloja, an industrial area near Mumbai, India. Their blue color has been linked to industrial waste dumped into nearby Kasadi River. There is believed to be a blue dye in the waste that is affecting the dogs who swim in the river. The local SPCA was able to catch one of the dogs and wash the dye off its fur. The dogs appear to be healthy and initial tests reveal no internal damage.
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