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Check What Was Found In A Canal's Bottom In Paris, Unexpected!

Check What Was Found In A Canal's Bottom In Paris, Unexpected!
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You might have wondered at times what all end up at a canal's bottom after 15 years!

The Saint-Martin Canal in Paris was drained for cleaning purposes. The last time the operation was carried out was in 2001. The photos nicely show what all remains on a canal's bottom when it isn't cleaned since long.

According to The Guardian's report, the project which began on Jan. 4 will be continuing for three months.

Many fascinating things were found by the workers. 

Via: upworthy

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The canal looks like this on an ordinary day.

The canal looks like this on an ordinary day.

Throwing trash and garbage into water bodies only add up to their pollution. We shouldn't forget that all this is extremely harmful to the marine life and at the end it's some people among us who end up cleaning these. This is tough.

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The drainage process started by lowering a dam into the canal.

The drainage process started by lowering a dam into the canal.
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Lifting that whole thing would have been quite tough.

Then, the workers started digging out fish using nets.

Then, the workers started digging out fish using nets.
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They gently carried the fish to safety where the fishes were identified, weighed and accounted upon.

Many gross items were hidden in the canal.

Many gross items were hidden in the canal.
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This traffic cone was one of them.

A bicycle and a shopping cart were even among the discarded items.

A bicycle and a shopping cart were even among the discarded items.
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How blindly we dump garbage into the water!

Many more bikes.

Many more bikes.
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Too many bicycles were found alongwith full-on bikes.

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A broken chair.

A broken chair.
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Maybe after an amazing party people just threw unwanted chairs.

Even an office chair!

Even an office chair!
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Damaged office chairs which were of no use were thrown into the river.

A lonely suitcase.

A lonely suitcase.
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Once a very important item, now in ruins.

Garbage of all kinds.

Garbage of all kinds.
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You can see broken bottles as well. This obviously proves that the canal's location is somewhere near a popular hangout spot.

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