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These Terrifying Pictures Prove That How Difficult It Is To Survive In China

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C hina has the largest population in the world. It has succeeded in attaining the needs of civilians and also achieved a rapid growth in its economy. But China get failed terribly in doing justice to the environment. It has become the world' s massive polluter and the largest producer of carbon emissions. These pictures present the terrifying situation in China and its civilians due to a polluted environment. Image Courtesy Imgur For more stories, follow us on Twitter Wittyfeed.

Large numbers of dead fishes in copiously polluted water.

Large numbers of dead fishes in copiously polluted water.

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Can you image it is the water way of China so plluted that it looks like a green land.

Can you image it is the water way of China so plluted that it looks like  a green land.
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Unhygienic water leading to many diseases.

Unhygienic water leading to many diseases.
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Domestic wastes are directly dumped into the water resouces.

Domestic wastes are directly dumped into the water resouces.
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This is not the natural fog but the smoke emitted by factories.

This is not the natural fog but the smoke emitted by factories.
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Garbage wastes are hard to handle.

Garbage wastes are hard to handle.
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Industrial garbage left carelessly.

Industrial garbage left carelessly.
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It's very difficult for civilians.

It's  very difficult for civilians.
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Even the animals are facing the bad-effects

Even the animals are facing the bad-effects
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Its not safe to breath.

Its not safe to breath.
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How people can use this water.

How people can use this water.
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Industrial wastes are directly dumped here.

Industrial wastes are directly dumped here.
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Its not fire around here,but the smoke from the industries.

Its not fire around here,but the smoke from the industries.
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Industrial oil wastes.

Industrial oil wastes.
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We all must fight this pollution.

We all must fight this pollution.
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