Snakes flooded beaches in Bulgaria


MOSCOW, Aug. 16 — RIA Novosti. Tourists vacationing on the south coast of the Black Sea near the resort, Sinemorets, complaining about the large number of snakes on the beaches and in public areas, according to the portal

Tourists say that snakes are found not only on the beaches, but also creep into hotels. To improve the situation, some hoteliers are taking non-standard, but popular at the Bulgarian action — buy urchins and release them on site.

Sinemorets — a small resort town, which is the most southern point of tourism on the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria. It is located 90 kilometers south of Bourgas, only 12 kilometers from the border with Turkey. The village is located on a peninsula in the heart of the unique Strandja National Park and south of the mouth of the Veleka, one of the cleanest rivers in Bulgaria.

Burgas authorities claim that complaints about the snakes come from tourists for the first time.

The main problem is that the hotels and beaches, where they were based snakes are in a conservation area — is the destruction of reptiles is prohibited. The local building codes even agreed that the construction of new hotels, all enclosures must be openings for the free movement of snakes.


Source: RIA Novosti

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