When the rescuer got there, he saw that two adult beluga whales and one cub were on land one and a half kilometers from the shore. Moreover, one of the adults was in a dangerous position - lying on its side, according to the Ministry of Emergency Situations in the Khabarovsk Territory.
The inspector had to dig a hole under the animal and turn it over to its correct position. The further task was to protect them from predators and people, as well as to prevent dehydration - to constantly water the skin and eyes. To prevent the baby from suffering from hypothermia, Alexey put a cloth on top of him. The caring EMERCOM officer stayed with the beluga whales until dark, until the threat from other animals and poachers was reduced to zero. About midnight, along with the tide, the mammals safely left for the sea.
Previously, Alexei Paramonov took part in sea expeditions and helped scientists study marine animals, thanks to which he gained experience, which from time to time comes in handy. A similar incident happened last year and also on October 14th. Then three adult beluga whales found themselves on a sandbank at the mouth of the Uda River. The animals managed to suffer from attacks by crows and seagulls, and were wounded. Thanks to the care of those people who found them and informed the EMERCOM officer of Russia in time, as well as the professionalism of Alexei Paramonov, the marine mammals were saved.