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Scientists demand to ban salmon fishing in the national park of Primorye
Scientists of the reserve "Land of the Leopard" in the Primorsky Territory demand to limit the salmon catch in the protected area. According to them, the hatchery that operates in this area does not arrange days of passage for red fish, which causes natural spawning grounds.
As the "Russian newspaper"The scientists sent a letter of appeal to the Federal Agency for Fishery and the Commission for the catch of anadromous species of fish in the Primorsky Territory. They are asking to establish days of passage for chum salmon on the Barabashevka River and to completely ban mining on the Narva River. Both water arteries flow through the territory of the national park.
According to the director of the reserve, Viktor Bardyuk, on the Barabashevka river, a fish farm catches almost all chum salmon producers, although fish grown in their natural habitats are more viable. In addition, the company received the right to harvest salmon on the Narva River, where scientists almost managed to restore the herd.