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Turkey: 2 tons of poaching mussels were hidden in the sea in sacks

Kaçak avlanılan 2 ton midye çuvallar içinde denize saklandı
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Fresh Mussel
Turkey
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Nov 19, 2021
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Provincial Directorate of Agriculture and Forestry teams in Istanbul did not allow illegal mussel hunting. Approximately 2 tons of 54 sacks of black hairy mussels, which were poached and hidden in the bottom of the sea with sacks, were retrieved by the Coast Guard Command's diver teams. While an administrative fine of 16 thousand 365.00 TL was imposed on 3 people, the moment of removing the mussels from the sea was reflected on the camera. Inspections for illegal mussel fishing were carried out in Beşiktaş and Sarıyer.
Supervision, under the coordination of Istanbul Provincial Directorate of Agriculture and Forestry, Fisheries and Fisheries Branch Directorate, Coast Guard Marmara and Straits Regional Command, Sarıyer and Beşiktaş District Agriculture and Forestry Directorates, Sarıyer Municipality Police Teams, Sarıyer and Beşiktaş District Police Departments, IMM Police Department Europe Side Central Police Department and Marine Police Department teams participated. COAST GUARD DIVING SEASONS RELEASED THE STAGE OF POACHERS Approximately 2 tons of 54 sacks of black hairy mussels, which were found to be illegally hunted in front of the Tarabya Hotel and were left to the bottom of the sea in sacks by the fishermen, were retrieved by the Coast Guard Command's diver teams. The mussels, which were carefully ...
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