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9 Work of Caspian Border Guards

Work of Caspian Border Guards

Posted on May 28, 2012 by team


The Northern part of the Caspian Sea attracts poachers by sturgeon spawning. Day and night the border guards perform trawling of the sea bottom, protecting water from nets, hook and line gears. Sometimes they detain poachers. Let’s see how they work.

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9 Responses to “Work of Caspian Border Guards”

  1. OLUT says:

    It, of course, is serious work, but it looks like fun in this post.

    I’d also like to have a magic rainbow that cleans ships for me!

  2. Sindbad says:

    The poachers are of the same stock with the iilegal immigrants who haunt in the Moscow metro. What a coincidence!

  3. Kilroy Was Here says:

    Good job. Gittem!

  4. AnonUS says:

    The sturgeon of the Caspian Sea provide the World’s best caviar.

    It is incomprehensible to me that some greedy poachers would kill off a gold mine like this.

  5. vla says:

    lol,i think it was post about lake border guard WORKOUT :)

  6. vla says:

    thought*

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