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Military builders, who are constructing facilities for the mooring front for basing the submarine forces of the Pacific Fleet in Kamchatka, released more than 2 million salmon fry into the Paratunka River.

Taking into account the natural features of the region, in order to preserve and increase marine biological resources, the specialists of the Military Construction Complex of the Ministry of Defense of Russia, even at the design stage, provided measures to replenish the population of fish of the salmon family.

The project also provides for monitoring the chemical composition of water and biotesting of the water area in order to avoid negative impact on marine and river inhabitants.

Employees of the experimental production fish hatchery in the village of Paratunka artificially raised juvenile chum salmon.

Together with military builders and scientists, fish farmers sent over 2 million yearlings to the Paratunka River. The release was carried out strictly according to the natural period of maturation. The salmon will grow up in the river and go to the coastal ocean waters of the peninsula, in order to return here again to complete the life cycle and procreate.

Each state contract of the units of the Military Construction Complex of the Ministry of Defense of Russia for the creation and renovation of the mooring front must take into account environmental aspects, including the preservation of biological resources.

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