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Another aviary will be built for killer whales from the “whale prison” in Primorye

For mammals from the "whale prison" in Primorye will change the conditions of detention: the enclosures will expand, some of the animals will be relocated. Such recommendations were given by members of the interdepartmental expert group who are currently working in Srednyaya Bay.

According to experts, orcas successfully survived the winter, fears about their health and life there. According to the press service of the Primorye Administration, the scientists recommended that another killer whale enclosure be made and a pontoon be installed, which will allow 15 beluga whale - five in each of the three sections.

Now 10 killer whales and 87 beluga whales are in the bay, all of them were examined by veterinarians and scientists from the interdepartmental expert group on the protection of marine mammals of the Russian Ministry of Natural Resources. Soon they will join the researcher and defender of the oceans Jean-Michel Cousteauofficially invited by the ministry.