EXCLUSIVE to the ecoEnquirer (somewhere off South America) Acting on a tip provided
by the environmental organization Greenpolice, indisputable evidence of dumping
of industrial waste onto the ocean floor has recently been gathered.
The waste dumping site was visited by Greenpolice's submersible vessel,
'Neptune Avenger', where videotape of the site was taken and then provided to
the ecoEnquirer. In the video, giant pipes, camouflaged to look
like natural rock structures, are seen continuously spewing hot streams of toxins
over wide stretches of the ocean bottom. The remote location is south of the Galapagos Islands.
Greenpolice spokesperson, Butterfly Chang, declared "..this is undeniable proof of the great lengths
some polluters will go to not be found out. This toxic brew is being released
at least one thousand miles from the nearest land, indicating a great desire
to cover-up the source of this pollution."
Ms. Chang noted that the waste stream was so corrosive that the submersible's
chemical analysis probe inserted in the fluid was completely eaten away by chemical action.
"We can only assume that the extreme toxicity of this horrific witch's brew of chemicals
is the reason that some money-hungry industrial fat cats decided it needed to be
disposed with little chance of discovery. Well, they have now been found out."
Additional evidence of the seriousness of the pollution event, Greenpolice researchers noted,
is the change in many sea creatures living near the dumping site. "We are seeing evidence of
widespread genetic mutations, with tube worms, and various crabs and mollusks growing to
unnaturally grotesque sizes, and turning unnatural colors", reported Ms. Chang.
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