Tons of shellfish washed up on the beach of Vladivostok

Tons of shellfish washed up on the most popular beach in Vladivostok harbor in Azure rezultatetayfuna "Bolaven", which caused a severe storm in Primorye, according to bloggers in the community of LiveJournal "Vladivostok".

Typhoon "Bolaven" originated in the southern latitudes of the Pacific Ocean, on Saturday, he reached the south of Japan and came to the Korean peninsula, the wind speed at the center of disaster reached 70 meters per second, the wave height — ten meters. The last time this figure was recorded in 1956.

Weather Service of the Russian Far East, the active monitor the movement of Typhoon, which rushed to the north, and on Wednesday night reached the territory of Primorye. Wind increased to gale force, its gusts reached 25 meters per second, on the coast — 30-35 meters per second. This force winds observed in Primorye once in 10-15 years. Rain brought by the typhoon, raised the level of the rivers in Primorye to five feet.

"In Shamora (local name Azure Bay) to shore after a storm washed up an incredible amount of clams. Literally tons. Much of the living and edible: spizula, mussels, scallops, anadara, oysters and more different, whose names I do not know. Some do not local, it seems, "- said the blogger nick leti_na_svet.

According to community members, people go and gather delicacies with bags and buckets. Some are as clean and cook the "catch."

"I have nothing like this in our area do not remember. Shamora And as for something to eat so catch this in the last 20 years did not happen, in my opinion," — wrote the same blogger.

According to RIA Novosti spokesman for the Pacific Research Fisheries Centre (TINRO) Konstantin Osipov, like clams stranded after the storm — a common natural phenomenon.

"Basically it spizula Sakhalin, in the bay of its Azure much, so it was appropriate that it washed ashore in an amount not. Well as the release of black sea urchins, mussels and scallops," — said the source.

According to him, these things happen in this area at least once a year during heavy storms.

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