As noted, on October 2, the scientific team, specialists and the crew of the research vessel successfully completed the operation to release marine mammals as part of the program of re-adaptation and return to the natural habitat.
“14 belugas were released into the Sea of Okhotsk in the Sakhalin Gulf region,” the report said.
The animals carried the road well, the release went well, according to a press release.
Previously, the FAN reported that beluga whales wean from people before being released into the wild.
The situation with the “whale prison” became resonant after reports appeared about preparations for the illegal sale of red book killer whales to China.