The Samalá river in Quetzaltenango turned blood red overnight on October 14, 2016, alarming residents of nearby communities.
The Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (MARN) has launched an investigation to determine the source of this mysterious color...
Now, fish are dying in hundreds along the 145-kilometer-long Samalá river which flows across an area of 1510 kilometers where about 400 thousand people live. An imminent natural disaster?
So what’s going on? Nobody knows but the river has turned blood red!
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