Thursday, 13 December 2007

Gold diggers enlisted by the Forest Rangers to collect lead bullets from the mud of the lagoons

A group of gold diggers were enlisted by the "Forestale" (National Forest Rangers) to try to collect lead bullets from the mud sampled from the bottom of the Po Delta lagoons. They were successful and both lead and nickel-lead bullets were detected. The local goverment admitted recently a total yearly bag of 70.000 migratory ducks harvested by the hunters in the northern Po Delta. However, environmentalists were able to deny this statement because of the widespread illegality of the local hunters, so data are to be doubled: 140.000 at less.

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