Walruses returned to the Kara Sea

(ORDO NEWS) — Walruses began to appear again on the shore of the Kara Sea in the area of ​​the village of Kharasavey, where more than a thousand individuals sailed last year. This was reported on Saturday in the official Instagram account of the Russian Arctic exploration center.

“Walruses began to arrive on the shore of the Kara Sea near the village of Kharasavei, having taken a fancy to last year’s rookery. The sea hare sailed first, and walruses followed,” the report said.

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. #Моржи_вернулись На берег Карского моря, в районе пос. Харасавэй облюбовав прошлогоднее лежбище, начали прибывать моржи. Первым приплыл Морской заяц, а за ним последовали моржи. Напомним, в октябре прошлого года к северо-западному берегу полуострова Ямал приплыли около тысяч водных обитателей и сформировали небывалое по масштабу лежбище. Фото: Юрий Федин #моржи #моржиямала #моржи_разведчики #polar_circle #yamal #ямал #рцоа #ЭкологияЯмала #salekhard #салехард #экологоия #ecology #arcticroscenter #Арктика #Россия #экоАрктика #янао #yanao #экспедиция

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In October 2019, scientists discovered more than a thousand individuals of walruses on the northwestern coast of the Yamal Peninsula. Previously, it was believed that only single and short-term walrus exits are possible in this area, without permanent rookeries.


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