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Three Russian belugas will live in the Harbin Oceanarium

The Harbin Polar Aquarium has been replenished with three beluga dolphins from Russia. At the end of the week, the Russians handed over three beluga dolphins to their Chinese colleagues. Belugas - one male and two females traveled 20 hours from one of the bays of the Primorsky Territory to Harbin took 20 hours.

According to the Xinhua news agency, the aquarium has set aside a special area for beluga whales imported from Russia. After a three-month "rest", beluga whales will undergo a special "skills training course" at the Polar Oceanarium, after which they will be officially demonstrated to visitors.

Currently, two more white whales from Dalian live in the Harbin Polar Oceanarium.

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