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Chinese Dams Unleash Water On Mekong River
China has unleashed water during the river’s normal dry season by opening dams on the Mekong Rivers that further threaten the aquatic life in Laos along with several other people living alongside the river in Southeast Asian country.

Experts have reportedly sympathised that the river’s water level is not supposed to spike during the dry season. A Thailand-based Mekong River expert reportedly said, “The rising water could hurt aquatic species like fish and aquatic vegetation. Some of them could even die. Sparrows lay their eggs on the sand beds too, and when the water level rises these can become flooded."

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