In Primorye scientists decide when arrested orcas can be returned to nature

© Igor’s Chevrolati. Archival photoIn Primorye scientists decide when arrested orcas can be returned to nature© Igor UCWEB

Scientists-oceanographers on behalf of the Prosecutor General in Primorye examined the whales and belugas in the Bay Average, which arrested the court, now scientists are exploring, as soon as the marine mammals can be returned to their natural habitat, said Wednesday the press service of the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation.

It is also established that 90 of Beluga whales has not reached the age of puberty, and 13 of them are aged under years, reported the UK. The law prohibits the catch of a group of cetaceans, which spotted the young fingerlings, with their accompanying females, and females with obvious signs of pregnancy.

In turn, the Prosecutor General announced the direction of caution, the head of Rosrybolovstvo Ilya Shestakov about the inadmissibility of violation of the law when granting rights to catch of aquatic bioresources in the cultural and educational purposes in 2019. The Agency has announced that it has received the warning of the Prosecutor General.

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