'Spanish marsh threatens to dry out'

'Spanish marsh threatens to dry out'

World September 20, 2016 04:45

- "The famous marshlands Doñana in Spain threatens to dry out. The national park on the coast southwest of Seville measuring 54,000 hectares. Among other dredging companies and intensive agriculture evade illegally large amounts of water to the area."

"The World Wildlife Fund called Thursday for action by the Spanish government. Doñana stretches along the banks and the wide mouth of the river Guadalquivir in the Atlantic Ocean. The marsh area is known as plaster place for millions of migratory birds traveling between Africa and Europe."

"Because illegal water is withdrawn from the area, there is not more than 20 percent of the natural water flow in Doñana to, according to the World Wildlife Fund. The water IHE organization of UNESCO by the Spanish government demanded a report. The UN agency wants the Spaniards deepen the river and put an end to the illegal use of the water.\n  \n    \n     \n      \n        1:20\n      \n     Taxi ride through Amsterdam: 485 euro\n     \n     \n      \n        2:59\n      \n     Ron Boszhard gives farm road\n     \n     \n      \n        1:47\n      \n     Rapper Crook threatens daughter agent"

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