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Dolphins were Spotted near the Border of St. Petersburg
19.06.2020 15:06
Dolphins were Spotted near the Border of St. Petersburg

Dolphins were spotted near the border of St. Petersburg in the Gulf of Finland for the first time since 1935. 

      Recently, a group of dolphins in the Gulf of Finland was observed from the coast in the village of Privetninskoye (Vyborg district of the Leningrad region), the "Friends of the Baltic Seal Fund" said.

      The messages posted on the VKontakte social network say that on June 11 dolphins were spotted in the Gulf of Finland, near the Finnish city of Lovissa. A few days later they were noticed on Russian territory, 100-300 meters from land in the village of Pryvetninskoye, which is almost on the border with St. Petersburg.

      Specialists report that the last time dolphins were sighted in Petersburg was in 1935.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: St. Petersburg     

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