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The language of belugas is being studied in Primorye in order to be used in industrial fisheries

Scientists at the Primorskiy Oceanarium have begun to study the acoustic activity of northern whales — beluga whales. The results of the study can be used to control the number of marine mammals, as well as in industrial fishing. Yury Kuznetsov, a professor at the Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University, said that on Tuesday.
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In the course of experiments, as described by Kuznetsov, some fish will be placed in the same water body as the whales, and while the belugas will hunt the fish, the scientists will record their sound activity. «When belugas hunt, they make sound signals that allow them to control schools of fish, and the results could be used, for example, in industrial fishing,» the scientist said.

The press service of the university noted that beluga whales have the widest sound spectrum among cetaceans, and their picture of the world largely consists of sound images.

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