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Population of spotted seals reaches 393 in China

They inhabit in Liaodong Bay


A record number of rare spotted seals have been found in Liaodong Bay, China, signalling successful conservation efforts. The population reached 393 individuals this year, making it one of the largest breeding areas for the species worldwide.

Liaodong Bay, located in northeastern China, is a critical area for state-protected spotted seals, which live only in the coastal waters of the northwest Pacific Ocean. Conservationists and volunteers work tirelessly to protect and monitor the seal population, ensuring their safety and well-being. This is reported by CCTV+, a partner of TV BRICS.

Tian Jiguang, Director of the marine animal research office of the Panjin Wetland Conservation Association. spoke about the ongoing efforts to patrol seal habitats, monitor seal numbers and rescue stranded seals. Thanks to these initiatives, about 100 seals have been rescued in recent years.

The Association, supported by over 2,300 volunteers and 100 core members, continues to expand its conservation activities. Further support from fishermen and marine industry workers has also played a crucial role in the conservation of spotted seals. If more volunteers from various coastal towns join the cause, the future of these remarkable marine mammals in the Gulf of Liaodong looks promising.

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