• Vladimir B.
    01/11/2021 10:13

    Worse then Chernobyl.

  • Anjana R.
    10/21/2019 14:53

    This is beautiful 💕

  • Pairat K.
    04/11/2019 04:24

    tama river

  • Gleen T.
    04/10/2019 13:24


  • David D.
    04/02/2019 04:19

    Trout is the plural form...

  • Tim B.
    04/01/2019 14:14

    To many places are polluted today sad they did this for money 💰

  • Carmel C.
    04/01/2019 13:19

    Have you heard of this ?

  • Alton C.
    03/31/2019 12:31

    Global warming is not real

  • Scott L.
    03/30/2019 07:35

    Turtles can be controlled but why the fuck add piranhas to a river? Thats stupid

  • Tite M.
    03/29/2019 06:59


  • Paul D.
    03/29/2019 00:07

    In Ontario Canada we now have zebra mussels and carp in lake Ontario. All thriving just fine even when the lake is freezing cold

  • Rita M.
    03/28/2019 05:25

    Why would anyone release piranhas into the river when they eat other fish?

  • Hilda V.
    03/19/2019 23:49

    Es muy bueno que hagan esto en japón ,pero preguntemos a los japoneses porque se empeñan en matar ballenas para comer y contra todos los acuerdos internacionales son brutales para matar ballenas y eso los debería avergonzar!

  • Marsha H.
    03/19/2019 18:33

    Adoro a ideia de rios transparentes cheios de vida, ladeados por parques onde as pessoas podem andar , relaxar, contemplar. A cidade da minha filha na Suíca, Fribourg, tem um rio assim- pode-se andar kilómetros ao longo dele. Lindo!

  • Amelia Z.
    03/19/2019 01:51

    Glad the Tama River has made a comeback.

  • Lau C.
    03/18/2019 17:10

    I thought Japan drains are aquariums. Is it true. Surprised to know that river are affected instead.

  • Tim S.
    03/18/2019 15:50

    Global warming was not the problem, It was introducing non-native species.

  • Hussain Z.
    03/16/2019 17:07

    Great Job.

  • Darryl R.
    03/11/2019 21:15

    That can't be true. President said there's no global warming. I believe him because he doesn't lie. LOL

  • Steve B.
    03/09/2019 21:49

    The Site & Calder navigation in West Yorkshire is now a fishing river. 40 years ago, it was black, looked like crude oil & stank horrendous. Nature can always bounce back with a little help from those responsible for the problem.

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