An endangered dolphin washed ashore on the Central Beach of Burgas has been rescued on a signal from the Regional Inspectorate for the Environment and Water Resources.

According to bourgas.ru, an endangered dolphin washed ashore on the Central Beach of Burgas was rescued at the signal of the Regional Inspectorate for the Environment and Water Resources. This was reported in the environmental inspectorate.

The signal was about a poor little dolphin on the strip next to the Neptune restaurant.

“During the inspection, it was found that the dolphin is a young specimen of the common Black Sea dolphin (Delphinus delphis), without visible external damage. Going ashore is a common behavior for sick animals. The problem in the echolocation organ of a dolphin may be fungal “of bacterial or parasitic origin,” the environmental inspectorate explained.

Thanks to her quick intervention and the help of representatives of the Municipality of Burgas and the Executive Agency for Fisheries and Aquaculture of Burgas, the dolphin was released into the sea.

RIOSV recalls that three species of Black Sea dolphins – common, bottlenose and bottlenose dolphins – are protected species, the law prohibits their “persecution, capture, killing and removal of dead individuals.”

And they call, if a distressed or dead dolphin is seen, report on the “green” phones to the RIOSV Burgas – 056/813 212, and after hours – 0889 096577.

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