25 comments

  • Lance B.
    07/26/2018 20:40

    Yeah but if they start fishing will it remain sustainable?

  • Hasna J.
    06/30/2018 09:38

    Wonderful news

  • Shirley C.
    05/26/2018 01:46

    check this out guys..!! 😍

  • Mumtaz N.
    05/25/2018 17:39

    Nice

  • Ifty A.
    05/25/2018 17:11

    If we disturb the nature, it will take revenge for sure. And Russia is always an dum...ss.

  • Mohammad M.
    05/25/2018 16:28

    Bara khatarnak hai

  • Jacques v.
    05/25/2018 15:39

    Go humans🙁

  • Shanique B.
    05/25/2018 14:56

    Gods' work

  • Nadira S.
    05/25/2018 07:32

    অসাধারণ।নতুন কিছু জানলাম।ধন্যবাদ।

  • Theresia M.
    05/25/2018 02:59

    Permission to share

  • Farzana Y.
    05/24/2018 23:40

    Amazing

  • Bakhtiyor A.
    05/24/2018 20:20

    👍

  • Arjun B.
    05/24/2018 13:48

    Save fewa lake .

  • Saib A.
    05/24/2018 11:59

    Idris Surchi

  • Anand D.
    05/24/2018 10:14

    Goes to show u how destructive humans are !! Also how d earth and mother nature will return to normal after all human are gone

  • Ken D.
    05/24/2018 09:55

    Great news

  • Tina-Shea M.
    05/24/2018 00:38

    Goes to show the importance of an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) before starting certain projects.

  • Ghazi A.
    05/24/2018 00:11

    But how???

  • Nived R.
    05/23/2018 19:17

    CrimZin DeSouza bro nice bgm

  • Toğrul B.
    05/23/2018 08:15

    The space view at 1:09 is actually Lake Urmia in Iranian Azerbaijan, which had the same fate.

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