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In Chukotka, they shot a special report about the traditional hunting for a gray whale

In Chukotka, the filming of the traditional gray whale hunt for the special project of Channel One has been completed. According to the press service of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug administration, journalist Eduard Bagirov and cameraman Vitaly Kremenetsky were engaged in collecting material for the project "With My Own Eyes". The group worked in the territorial-neighboring community of sea hunters "Lorino" of the Chukotka region.

“For a week on the territory of the Okrug, we managed to capture the whole process of catching northern whales by the indigenous inhabitants of Chukotka. As a result, a voluminous material was collected, including preparation for hunting, hunting for sea animals, cutting them, as well as ways of storing products, ”said Eduard Bagirov. According to him, it is expected that the special report will be aired on the federal TV channel in the first half of November this year.

The trip of the film crew to the territorially neighboring community “Lorino” took place with the support of the Okrug Government. As the governor of the Chukotka Autonomous Region, Roman Kopin, stressed, the project could not but interest the regional authorities, because thanks to it, residents of Russia can learn about the unique lifestyle of the indigenous coastal population.

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