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Three killer whales from the whale prison were taken to the shore of the Sea of ​​Okhotsk

Three killer whales from the whale prison were taken to the shore of the Sea of ​​Okhotsk
Photo: vniro.ru

The second group of killer whales from the seaside whale prison was taken to Perovsky Cape on the coast of the Sea of ​​Okhotsk. Release animals is planned for today, July 16.

The night before, in the village of Innokentievka in the Khabarovsk Territory, three orcas overloaded from a vessel that had come from Khabarovsk to cars. They delivered marine mammals to Cape Perovsky.

According to the VNIRO press service, before transporting the animals, they changed the water in the transport bathrooms. Also, killer whales were massaged to stretch their bodies and fins after a three-day journey from Khabarovsk.

In the second batch, animals will be released three killer whales: large female and male, as well as small female. The first batch of animals was released in June. Then two killer whales and six white whales were released into the sea. Environmentalists said the release was extremely unprofessional and painful for mammals.

After that, the team of researcher Jean-Michel Cousteau asked the Russian side to provide more information about the release of animals. However, the scheme of delivery of the second batch of animals did not change, and environmentalists noted that, in general, the transportation took place without gross violations.