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There is a fish rescue operation on a small fig

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There is a fish rescue operation on a small fig

Agnes Lillemets, the field manager of the voluntary fish protection Pänumaa, came to save the fish in Väikes viik. Malle-Liisa Raigla

Volunteer fish guards and employees of the Haapsalu city maintenance company drilled hundreds of holes in the ice of Väikes viik today to rescue the fish that got stuck.

At around ten o’clock in the morning, the work started at full speed, the cordless drills in the men’s hands sank all the way into the almost half a meter thick ice, and a few dozen holes were already ready. “We will drill until the batteries suffer,” said Agnes Lillemets, field manager of the voluntary fish protection Pärnumaa. If the batteries are charged in the meantime, over a thousand holes should be drilled before dark.

On the edge of the courthouse, dead fish were floating: young pike, bellies upside down. Even the head of some square meters of water was covered with dead fish. “The young fish are the first to die,” noted Märt Kesküla, aquatic life specialist of the Environmental Board. Large kogers moved lazily in the dark water. In the Middle Ages, they are the most durable of all.

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