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© Marine Mammal Research and Expedition Centerafp Depending on the researcher, seals were found in an area 100 kilometers south of Makhatchkala, the capital of Dagotetan, and another about fifty kilometers north of this city. "It may be linked to industrial pollution, fishing or poaching, when seals take place in the nets, or the consequences of climate change. Or several of these causes at once," said Viktor Nikiforov.
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According to him, it would now be necessary for "serious surveillance" for more than a year the seals found dead to precisely identify the causes of the incident. Contacted by AFP, the Russian Federal Fisheries Agency in the North Caucasus indicated that I have sent inspectors to perform a new count. The investigative committee, responsible for the main investigations in Russia, also announced that they launched checks.
The fauna and flora of the Caspian sufferThe Caspian Sea, the largest sea closed in the world, bordering five countries: Russia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan. It counted at the beginning of the twentieth century more than one million seals (Pusa Caspica), of which it remains today only 68,000 adult specimens, according to the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), which considers the species "in danger". Intensely hunted up to a recent era, this mammal now suffers especially from industrial pollution that makes it basically sterile. According to the UN, this pollution is linked to the oil industry, radioactive and industrial waste, or significant wastewater volumes. The fauna and flora of the Caspian also suffer from the decline in the sea level caused by climate change, rising temperatures leading to evaporation of water.
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