a. Ivan Russo of the Limany Tuzłowski National Natural Park warns that the hostilities of the Russians are having a negative impact on the population of Black Sea dolphins. According to the information he provided, at least 3,000 people have died since the beginning of the invasion of Ukraine. these mammals.
National Park “Limany Tuzłowski” is a chain of 13 limes (shallow bays), located in the Danube and Dniester rivers. The area is home to thousands of animals, especially birds and dolphins. According to Rusiwa, as well as other scientists, the hostilities in the Black Sea have a negative impact on the fauna that occurs here.
War kills dolphins
“We are still receiving reports of dolphin deaths from Bulgaria and Romania, and we analyze the publications available in open sources from different countries (…). Our discoveries are alarming. Dolphins, unlike in previous years, They are now dying as a result of the hostilities in the Black SeaBecause of the absurd barbarian war waged by the Russians. So far, according to our estimates, at least 3,000 people have died. these animalsProfessor Rousseau mentioned it on social media.
According to him, in recent years, the biggest concern has been the death of dolphins in fishing nets, including many overfishing nets in the northwestern Black Sea. Now the population of these animals is influenced by Russian soldiers.
The scientist explained that “Powerful sonars and explosions destroy the precise navigation system of animals and these “blind” dolphins die of starvation, unable to catch fish. By weakening their organisms, infectious diseases develop, which also contribute to their death.
Adam Jafar, journalist at Wirtualna Polska
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