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Underwater Klondike chronicles

Sea urchins from the area around the Kuril Islands are in constant demand in Japan.
Each day scores of Russian ships are unloaded in the north of the island of Hokkaido.
Maritime villages in Japan’s backwoods have turned into prosperous townships
during the over years of brisk trade with the Russians. But the different sea creatures like trepangs and others are now on the verge of disappearing.

Is it still possible to preserve them? And how?

Find out in a new XL Report on RT.