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Pollution causes massive fish deaths at Lake Qaraoun in Lebanon
Published: May 09, 2021 09:03 AM
Dead fish are seen at the Qaraoun lake in Bekaa, Lebanon, on May 7, 2021. A large number of dead fish have been recently washed ashore at the lake. The massive fish deaths are believed to be caused by untreated water discharged by dozens of factories into the Litani River, which flows into Lake Qaraoun, an artificial lake created by a dam on the longest river in Lebanon.(Photo: Xinhua)

Dead fish are seen at the Qaraoun lake in Bekaa, Lebanon, on May 7, 2021. A large number of dead fish have been recently washed ashore at the lake. The massive fish deaths are believed to be caused by untreated water discharged by dozens of factories into the Litani River, which flows into Lake Qaraoun, an artificial lake created by a dam on the longest river in Lebanon.(Photo: Xinhua)


 
A dead fish is seen at the Qaraoun lake in Bekaa, Lebanon, on May 7, 2021. A large number of dead fish have been recently washed ashore at the lake. The massive fish deaths are believed to be caused by untreated water discharged by dozens of factories into the Litani River, which flows into Lake Qaraoun, an artificial lake created by a dam on the longest river in Lebanon.(Photo: Xinhua)

A dead fish is seen at the Qaraoun lake in Bekaa, Lebanon, on May 7, 2021. A large number of dead fish have been recently washed ashore at the lake. The massive fish deaths are believed to be caused by untreated water discharged by dozens of factories into the Litani River, which flows into Lake Qaraoun, an artificial lake created by a dam on the longest river in Lebanon.(Photo: Xinhua)


 
Dead fish are seen at the Qaraoun lake in Bekaa, Lebanon, on May 7, 2021. A large number of dead fish have been recently washed ashore at the lake. The massive fish deaths are believed to be caused by untreated water discharged by dozens of factories into the Litani River, which flows into Lake Qaraoun, an artificial lake created by a dam on the longest river in Lebanon.(Photo: Xinhua)

Dead fish are seen at the Qaraoun lake in Bekaa, Lebanon, on May 7, 2021. A large number of dead fish have been recently washed ashore at the lake. The massive fish deaths are believed to be caused by untreated water discharged by dozens of factories into the Litani River, which flows into Lake Qaraoun, an artificial lake created by a dam on the longest river in Lebanon.(Photo: Xinhua)


 
Dead fish are seen at the Qaraoun lake in Bekaa, Lebanon, on May 7, 2021. A large number of dead fish have been recently washed ashore at the lake. The massive fish deaths are believed to be caused by untreated water discharged by dozens of factories into the Litani River, which flows into Lake Qaraoun, an artificial lake created by a dam on the longest river in Lebanon.(Photo: Xinhua)

Dead fish are seen at the Qaraoun lake in Bekaa, Lebanon, on May 7, 2021. A large number of dead fish have been recently washed ashore at the lake. The massive fish deaths are believed to be caused by untreated water discharged by dozens of factories into the Litani River, which flows into Lake Qaraoun, an artificial lake created by a dam on the longest river in Lebanon.(Photo: Xinhua)


 
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