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Nearly 30 dangerous bears were shot in the Sakhalin region

Nearly 30 dangerous bears were shot in the Sakhalin region
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In Sakhalin, after the bears went to settlements, summer cottages, state inspectors and hunters - public inspectors of the regional Ministry of Ecology shot 29 potentially dangerous bears. The largest number of animals was found in the Okha region.

According to the press services of the Government of the Sakhalin Oblast, animals were found both in Sakhalin and in the Kuril Islands. Seven animals were shot in the Okha region, four in Nogliki. In the Kholmsky, Tomarinsky, Kurilsky, South Kurilsky and Korsakovsky districts two predators are found. In several more municipalities, one at a time.

The last bear exit was recorded on July 15 in the Krasnogorsk forestry. The bear attacked a cow that had been tethered all night 200 meters from the forest and disappeared with prey. Specialists of the Krasnogorsk forestry operations group recognized the individual as dangerous and are looking for an animal.

A little earlier, on July 13, a bear lifted a calf in the Tomarinsky district, and on July 12, a signal arrived in Dolinsky forestry indicating that the bear had attacked goats and sheep of the farmer.

At the same time, they remind in the Ministry of Ecology that people make dangerous bears. In order to minimize the access of animals to people, it is impossible to create dumps, feed the bears and get close to them.

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