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Russian and Japanese Scientists to Continue Joint Research of Whales in 2016
15.12.2015 21:14
Russian and Japanese Scientists to Continue Joint Research of Whales in 2016

Experts agreed on it at a meeting in Vladivostok in the framework of the Russian-Japanese Fisheries Commission.

      "Japanese scientists suggested Russian colleagues to continue joint research of the Cetaceans in waters of the Russian Federation on the Russian vessels and with experts of domestic scientific research institutes, taking into account successful experience of such research in 2015", - the press service reported.

      This year scientists on the Russian vessel Vladimir Safonov studied whales in the Sea of Okhotsk in August and September.

      During the expedition they met over 800 representatives of sea mammals, including more than one hundred large whales, such as finbacks, pikehead whales, hump-backed whales, Japanese baleen whales, cachalots and killer whales.



Author: Vera Ivanova


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