The story of the Aral Sea’s disappearance

It once was the world’s fourth-largest lake, but it disappeared before our eyes. This is the tragic story of the Aral Sea.

27/10/2020 6:14 PM


  • Awais K.
    26/02/2021 16:21

    Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan should sue Russia for compensation.

  • Gulam N.
    06/12/2020 11:31

    This is genocide of our eco system.

  • Donna B.
    01/12/2020 04:19

    The water on the lake doesn't return back because many farm lands used them. If you will make a water pipeline to transfer water from the sea to the lake, might be they will back to life where as a water pump is the one that will forced the sea water to came in inside the lake. That's the only solution there.

  • Ne W.
    29/11/2020 11:35

    China is heading that route

  • Carol H.
    26/11/2020 04:03

    So did one in Canberra,Australia.

  • Barbie F.
    25/11/2020 10:59

    Prayers for the world

  • Dan C.
    24/11/2020 22:29

    Jazz Card

  • Ewa M.
    24/11/2020 21:47

    When will the retards realise the nation state is one of the last but one of the most unsustainable relics of the era of colonisation. Abolish nation states the earth does not recognise our retarded national borders. Borderless!

  • Lisa S.
    24/11/2020 19:54

    I guess the good thing is that since the rivers are still there, this is reversible. <3

  • Connie S.
    24/11/2020 18:49

    Sure why not everything else get blamed on them

  • Renee B.
    24/11/2020 17:37

    when man in his infinite short sightedness, changes landscapes and the fundamental balance of nature

  • Mrs J.
    24/11/2020 14:24

    How Dreadfull!!!!!

  • Aaron J.
    24/11/2020 13:38

    I blame it on the democrats

  • Eddie L.
    24/11/2020 12:38

    One day even the polatitions and business leaders will have no water to drink... What must their children and grandchildren think of them? 🤔

  • Gulden L.
    24/11/2020 12:38


  • Kilo L.
    24/11/2020 12:05


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