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August 02, 2011
View of the Saint-Maurice beach where most of dead wild boars were found and which has been closed to...
MORIEUX, France
View of the Saint-Maurice beach where most of dead wild boars were found and which has been closed to...
View of the Saint-Maurice beach where most of dead wild boars were found and which has been closed to the public in Morieux, Northern Brittany, August 2, 2011. The mysterious death of 36 wild boars on France's northwestern coast baffled authorities on Tuesday after tests suggested large amounts of rotting seaweed strewn across beaches may not be to blame. Environmentalists had said that toxic, foul-smelling hydrogen sulfide gas emitted by the rotting seaweed had poisoned the animals in the Cotes d'Armor region of Brittany. Ecologists say that nitrates pollution in rivers from fertilisers used in intensive farming has boosted the growth of algae along France's coastline. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY DISASTER TRAVEL)
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