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IFAW in 1995, has committed approximately $ 250 thousand for the study of beluga whales in Solovki

The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) from 1995 to 2012, sent about 250 thousand dollars for the study and protection of beluga whales in Solovki, told RIA Novosti the project manager for the study of beluga whales in the Solovki IFAW Ludmila Danilova.

"Since the beginning of the project has been allocated about $ 250 thousand. IFAW in 2012 earmarked for research beluga whales about 700 thousand rubles. Money went to purchase video cameras that will be installed on unmanned aerial vehicles. Aerial surveillance will help scientists identify behaviors belugas and take pictures for identification of animals, "- said

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Zoologists in 17 years back into the forests of European Russia more than 180 teddy bears

Employment specialists rehabilitation of brown bear cubs orphaned IFAW IFAW released after 17 years of work center 184 bear in the woods of European Russia, told RIA Novosti director of Russian representation of Mary Vorontsov.

According to project manager IFAW Brown Bear and running the rehabilitation of orphaned cubs Sergei Pazhetnova, newborn bears come to the center, where a bear for some reason left the den. In addition, the "clients" are the center has grown cubs at the age of four or five months, which were lost.

"We, IFAW, began to support the project in 1995, when part of the

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Environmentalists first released in Kalmykia three saiga radio collars

To save endangered ecological first released in the Republic of Kalmykia on the will of three saiga radio collars to track the males successfully fertilized females, reports the International Fund for Animal IFAWv Monday.

Saiga in the last ten years has decreased by more than 90%, and is now variously estimated in Russia live from seven to three thousand of these antelopes, although seven years ago, the population reached 15,000 animals. Only five percent of the population — This is a male. With such a ratio males are unable to provide a full reproduction.

"We have released three males

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The number of tigers in the last 7 years has decreased by almost 1.5 times

Amur tiger population declining, despite the measures taken to protect them — for the last six or seven years, their number has decreased by almost half, according to the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) in anticipation of Tiger Day, which is celebrated in the Far East in the coming Sunday.

As the data of monitoring of tigers at 16 model sites in the Maritime Territory, in the last seven years the population decreased by almost half, from about 120 animals in 2004-2005 to less than 80 in 2010-2011.

According to IFAW, the existing measures to protect the species, including

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IFAW urges South Korea to abandon plans to Whaling

IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare, IFAW) urged South Korea to abandon plans for the extraction of whales for scientific purposes, said the environmental organization.

Representatives of South Korea at the 64th session of the International Whaling Commission (IWC), which is currently taking place in Panama, expressed the need to advance scientific knowledge of whales, and expressed the intention to start production of these marine mammals in their banks for research purposes. South Korean fishing whaling stopped in 1986 after the IWC moratorium.

"This is a surprise announcement … More recently the country has taken important steps against illegal mining

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Zoozaschitniki aim to achieve a ban on Canadian seal hunt

The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) counts for three years "persuade" the Canadian authorities to ban the production of harp seals, told RIA Novosti the head of programs for the conservation of seals Sheryl Fink, IFAW (Sheryl Fink) on the eve of the day of wild animals.

According to Canadian researchers, in 2008, the population of seals in the northwest Atlantic was 8.3 million individuals in 2012, their number was reduced to 7.7 million. However, as the researchers point out, the melting of Arctic ice are complicated by the seal hunt.

According to IFAW, keep the number of harp

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Environmentalists have saved 10 U.S. emissions on the coast dolphins

Animal lovers were able to save 10 of 40 dolphins stranded in the Bay of Cape Cod on the north-eastern United States, according to the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW).

"On Friday we (IFAW office in Cape Cod — Ed.) Got the message that 37-40 dolphins stranded on the beach of Cape Cod Bay. Many of them were already dead, to some just could not get there, but managed to find 13 live animals, 11 of which we have returned to the sea, "- said in a statement.

As detailed in the report, two dolphins found alive, could not

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