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14 belugas from a whale prison released into the Sea of Okhotsk
In the Sea of Okhotsk, 14 belugas released into the whale prison in the bay of the Middle Primorsky Territory were set free. The operation was carried out according to an already worked out scenario and, as VNIRO experts report, the animals successfully transferred the transportation first by road and then by river transport.
“The operation to release marine mammals was carried out as part of the scientific program of re-adaptation and return to the natural habitat. 14 belugas were released into the Sea of Okhotsk in the Sakhalin Gulf region. Animals safely moved the road, there was no strong pitching during transportation. The graduation was successful, the team worked professionally, ”the VNIRO report says.
Now in captivity in Srednyaya Bay there is still 61 beluga whale. Scientists plan to release the next batch in the near future taking into account the analysis of the road and hydrological situation.
Around 100 beluga whales and killer whales caught in the Sea of Okhotsk in 2018 year for sale in China. After the intervention of public figures, and then law enforcement, violations were identified, and at the end of June this year animals started to release in batches.