Authorities in the Russian province of Dagestan, on the west coast of the Caspian sea, reported that 2,500 Caspian seals (Phoca capsica) have been found dead on 4th December 2022. The cause of the deaths is not known but it could be a natural phenomenon.
Zaur Gapizov, head of the Caspian Environmental Protection Centre, said in a statement that the seals likely died a couple of weeks before and that there was no sign that they were killed or caught in fishing nets. Inspectors of the Federal Fisheries Agency did not find any pollutants in their preliminary analysis of samples obtained in the first inspection. This year Kazakhstan reported at least three similar incidents on its Caspian coastline, where at least 140 seals were found dead.
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