Drums of hydrochloric acid were found dumped in the ocean, at a location with sensitive biodiversity

Drums of hydrochloric acid were found dumped in the ocean, at a location with sensitive biodiversity
(Natural News) On the lookout for killer whales in the famous Bremer Canyon area of Western Australia, marine wildlife researcher Rebecca Wellard stumbled across an appalling sight: A trio of plastic drums used for hydrochloric acid storage, bobbing in the bio-diverse waters of the marine reserve, reported The West Australian. The drums were still intact…
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