Dozens of crocodiles and fish die every day due to the disappearing water in Rio Pilcomayo, Paraguay.
And the drought situation will only reverse in November and December, when a new flood occurs.
There is an impending ecological disaster in Rio Pilcomayo, Paraguay.
Thousands of crocodiles and fish are dying trapped in the mud of a drying river, Rio Pilcomayo. The animals are too weak to move in the absence of water.
But what’s weird is that only the Paraguayan side dries, while the river flows normally on the Argentinian side.
This situation is worsening since August last year and officials aren’t doing anything to bring waters back into the Paraguayan Pilcomayo channel.
Indigenous communities that depend on the river for their living start filling complaints.
And here nobody speaks about this tragedy!