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  1. I'll write based on my own experience. In the early 80's, he worked in Sosnovaya Polyana, a half-kilometer distance from the Gulf of Finland. It was located on the territory of the object… What should I call it? a puddle in general. Diameter of 5 meters, depth of one and a half meters. Overgrown with reeds and other bamboos. And in it lived carp, quite decent, 15 centimeters each, we sometimes caught them . I asked the locals, did they specifically launch them there? He pointed to the gulls – they bring caviar of eaten fish on their paws (or in their stomachs), and it somehow ripens here, fry appear and grow. Despite the fact that the puddle froze to the bottom in cold winters. Nature is a smart thing.

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