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In the Magadan region will update the Red Book

The Commission on Rare and Endangered Species of Animals, Plants and Fungi will update the Red Book of the Magadan Region, the press service of the regional administration said.

The Governor of the Magadan Region, Vladimir Pecheny, held a meeting of the Government of the region, at which the composition of the commission on rare and endangered species of animals, plants and mushrooms under the Government of the Territory was approved.

As the head of the department for the protection and supervision of the use of wildlife and their habitat in the Magadan region Dmitry Pankratov explained, the task of the new body is to develop and submit for approval a list of rare and endangered representatives of the flora and fauna of the Kolyma. The list will form the basis of the territory's Red Data Book.

“The Regional Red Book is updated every 10 years. The deadline for compiling the list of rare animals, birds, plants and mushrooms is set by the end of 2015, ”said Dmitry Pankratov.

The previous Red Book of the Magadan Region was published in 2008 year. Scientists of the Magadan Institute of Biological Problems of the North, the Biology and Soil Institute (Vladivostok) and the Ural Institute of Plant and Animal Ecology (Yekaterinburg) worked on its creation.
It includes photos and descriptions of more than 200 species. For example, in the list of protected animals appear shoulderless eagle, river otter, hoofed lemming, long-tailed owl owl, Siberian frog, etc.

The governor recalled that all the heroes of the Red Book will be protected from poachers at the legislative level, this will be subject to appropriate supervision.

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