In Odesa, a dog that was carried by big water on a board for several days was killed on the coast of the village of Hryhorivka.
The animal was rescued by local residents and sent for treatment, the Animal SOS Odessa public organization reports on Facebook.
People assumed that the dog was able to cling to the board and was thus saved. They removed the frightened animal from the board and took it to the shore.
On the network, local residents began to share the first finds brought by the big water, reports Odesa News.
For example, in Chornomorsk, the debris of a street toilet washed up on the city beach, in Odesa, the sea carried entire houses, refrigerators, door debris, and even sofas washed ashore.
Residents of the region complain that the water is heavily polluted with plant remains and household waste. In addition, foam formed on its surface, and the color became grayish.
In addition to the wreckage, the big water also carried mines and shells to the coast, reports Focus.
Earlier, EcoPolitic wrote, that the Minister of Environmental Protection and Natural Resources, Ruslan Strelets, said that due to the explosion, the Kakhovskaya HPP is under threat 160,000 birds were killed and more than 20 thousand wild animals.
As EcoPolitic previously reported, the online platform "eKutochok" was launched in test mode in Kyiv, where people unite for temporary overstaying pets, in particular from Kherson. Animal rights activists also launched the "Shelter with an animal" chatbot.