Heat wave turns already arid Kazakh steppe into mass grave for horses

Unusually high temperatures, in some cases the highest on record, have been reported throughout the former Soviet region of Central Asia this summer, prompting Kazakhstan to ban exports of animal feed and seek extra water from its neighbors.

Heat Wave Turns Already Arid Kazakh Steppe Into Mass Grave For Horses

The New York Post – by Reuters

AKSHYMYRAU, Kazakhstan, Aug 6 – Dead horses lie scattered across the arid steppe of Kazakhstan’s Mangistau peninsula where severe drought has left the animals without food or water, threatening the livelihoods of hundreds of farmers.

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