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4 Black Caviar Extraction in the Second Half of the XX Century

Black Caviar Extraction in the Second Half of the XX Century

Posted on April 6, 2012 by team


Some interesting photos of how they extracted black caviar in the 1960s. There was much more sturgeon back then. Look how it got on tables.

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4 Responses to “Black Caviar Extraction in the Second Half of the XX Century”

  1. Darth says:

    Looks Yummy

  2. A-Star says:

    Not just for caviar. Meat of sturgeon is also delicious and expensive. Btw, did you ever eat caviar or meat of sturgeon?

  3. Mark says:

    Beluga sturgeon can live up to nearly 120 years. It’s sad that such strange and beautiful fish are killed for just their eggs, and very little is done to breed more to fill their place.

  4. Heya says:

    Sturgeon population is at an all time low. They take decades to reach mature size and egg production. (remember sturgeons are practically dinosaurs) Putin has set some restrictions but poachers in the regions dont give a **** as there is no other way to make a living.

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