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Former prisoner of a whale prison was noticed among relatives
One of the killer whales, freed from the "whale prison" in Primorye, was noticed in a group of relatives near the Shantar Islands. Greenpeace experts consider this a unique proof of the adaptive abilities of whales and a real discovery in world science.
As the Interfax, environmentalists are watching the killer whale, which before releasing set a satellite mark on the outside. Now she is in the Gulf of Constantine, along with other cetaceans. Scientists say that for the first time in the world they have received clear evidence that, having lived in captivity, these marine animals can again adapt to their natural habitat.
Specialists monitor other released killer whales. 81 beluga whales and two killer whales still remain in captivity. The fourth issue of prisoners of the “whale prison” was in jeopardy due to Amur flood. This situation is very worrying for scientists who are afraid that they will not have time to release all the animals before the onset of winter in the Sea of Okhotsk.