Bright Blue Dogs Discovered in Russia

A pack of bright blue stray dogs have been discovered in Russia’s Nizhny Novgorod region. 

The stray dogs were photographed near a disused factory Dzerzhinsk. It is thought their vivid blue coats have been caused by chemical waste from the factory which used to make hydrocyanic acid and plexiglass, until it closed 6 years ago.

Locals believe the dogs have been eating discarded copper sulphate which is a known blue dye.

Local authorities are currently investigating the incident.

Bright Blue Dogs Discovered in Russia
One of the dogs with it distinctive blue coat.
Bright Blue Dogs Discovered in Russia
The abandoned chemical factory near to where the dogs were photographed.

Source: Daily Mail

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