Kaluga

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2023-07-18 Snargl 0 minute 0 second

Where does the Kaluga live?

The Kaluga is a type of sturgeon that lives in the Amur River basin in eastern Asia.

It is one of the largest freshwater fish in the world, reaching up to 5.6 meters in length and 1,000 kilograms in weight.

The mighty Kaluga swims in the Amur
With its long snout and whiskered chin
It feeds on salmon, carp and other fish
And sometimes even seals and dolphins

The Kaluga has been around for ages
A living fossil from the ancient past
But now its numbers are declining fast
Because of overfishing and pollution

The Kaluga needs our protection
To survive and thrive in its domain
Let us respect this majestic creature
And marvel at its beauty and its strength

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