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Primorsky scientists: the state of health of killer whales and beluga whales does not cause concern

An expert group of the Ministry of Natural Resources examined killer whales and beluga whales from the "whale prison" in the coastal bay of Srednyaya. Scientists said that the state of health of animals does not cause concern.

According to the press service of the regional administration, the first results of the analyzes should be ready on March 28. According to the Deputy Director for Science at VNIRO Vyacheslav Bizikov, the condition of killer whales and beluga whales remains stable. Experts will give a final assessment after receiving the results of the analyzes, which should be given by the laboratories of Vladivostok and IPEE RAS.

Recently, public figures from the “Freedom to Killer Whales and Beluga whites” coalition asked the Russian government to hand over to the Russian Academy of Sciences the work on coordinating the release of cetaceans from Srednyaya Bay in Primorye. For VNIRO and TINRO ask keep only consultative status because of the machinations of the leaders of this department.

In this state, beluga whales and killer whales from the "whale prison" were concerned by biologists and veterinarians from other countries. More 30 scientists from different countries sent an official letter to Vladimir Putin and offered their help in returning animals to their natural habitat.