H Ρωσίδα που δεν καταλαβαίνει από κρύο

These extraordinary pictures show a naked woman attempting to tame two beluga whales in a unique experiment. It was deemed necessary for Russian diver Natalia Avseenko, 36, to strip for the unusual assignment as marine experts believe belugas do not like to be touched by artificial material like diving suits. So Natalia bravely took the plunge into the sea as the temperature in the water touched minus 1.5 centigrade. The belugas, famed for the apparent way in which their faces are able to convey expressions, seemed to like the experience, frolicking for all they were worth. The taming of the belugas happened in the Murmansk Oblast region in the far north-west of Russia at the shore of the White Sea near the polar circle at a branch of the Utrish Dophinarium. An area of the sea is bordered to stop whales and dolphins getting out and instructors tame the mammals before they are transported to dolphinariums around the world. The whales pictured are named Nilma and Matrena. Belugas have a small hump on their heads used for echo-location and it was thought that there would be more chance of striking up a rapport or communicating with them without clothes on.
According to the Russian Emergency Service the average human could die if left in sub-zero temperature sea water for just five minutes. However, Natalia spent ten minutes 40 seconds in the water with no obvious ill effects. A yoga practitioner, she used meditation techniques and was able to hold her breath for ten minutes underwater.
These extraordinary pictures show a naked woman attempting to tame two beluga whales in a unique experiment. It was deemed necessary for Russian diver Natalia Avseenko, 36, to strip for the unusual assignment as marine experts believe belugas do not like to be touched by artificial material like diving suits. So Natalia bravely took the plunge into the sea as the temperature in the water touched minus 1.5 centigrade. The belugas, famed for the apparent way in which their faces are able to convey expressions, seemed to like the experience, frolicking for all they were worth. The taming of the belugas happened in the Murmansk Oblast region in the far north-west of Russia at the shore of the White Sea near the polar circle at a branch of the Utrish Dophinarium. An area of the sea is bordered to stop whales and dolphins getting out and instructors tame the mammals before they are transported to dolphinariums around the world. The whales pictured are named Nilma and Matrena. Belugas have a small hump on their heads used for echo-location and it was thought that there would be more chance of striking up a rapport or communicating with them without clothes on. According to the Russian Emergency Service the average human could die if left in sub-zero temperature sea water for just five minutes. However, Natalia spent ten minutes 40 seconds in the water with no obvious ill effects. A yoga practitioner, she used meditation techniques and was able to hold her breath for ten minutes underwater. THESE EXTRAORDINARY PICTURES SHOW A NAKED WOMAN ATTEMPTING TO TAME TWO BELUGA WHALES IN A UNIQUE EXPERIMENT. IT WAS DEEMED NECESSARY FOR RUSSIAN DIVER NATALIA AVSEENKO, 36, TO STRIP FOR THE UNUSUAL ASSIGNMENT AS MARINE EXPERTS BELIEVE BELUGAS DO NOT LIKE TO BE TOUCHED BY ARTIFICIAL MATERIAL LIKE DIVING SUITS. SO NATALIA BRAVELY TOOK THE PLUNGE INTO THE SEA AS THE TEMPERATURE IN THE WATER TOUCHED MINUS 1.5 CENTIGRADE. THE BELUGAS, FAMED FOR THE APPARENT WAY IN WHICH THEIR FACES ARE ABLE TO CONVEY EXPRESSIONS, SEEMED TO LIKE THE EXPERIENCE, FROLICKING FOR ALL THEY WERE WORTH. THE TAMING OF THE BELUGAS HAPPENED IN THE MURMANSK OBLAST REGION IN THE FAR NORTH-WEST OF RUSSIA AT THE SHORE OF THE WHITE SEA NEAR THE POLAR CIRCLE AT A BRANCH OF THE UTRISH DOPHINARIUM. AN AREA OF THE SEA IS BORDERED TO STOP WHALES AND DOLPHINS GETTING OUT AND INSTRUCTORS TAME THE MAMMALS BEFORE THEY ARE TRANSPORTED TO DOLPHINARIUMS AROUND THE WORLD. THE WHALES PICTURED ARE NAMED NILMA AND MATRENA. BELUGAS HAVE A SMALL HUMP ON THEIR HEADS USED FOR ECHO-LOCATION AND IT WAS THOUGHT THAT THERE WOULD BE MORE CHANCE OF STRIKING UP A RAPPORT OR COMMUNICATING WITH THEM WITHOUT CLOTHES ON. ACCORDING TO THE RUSSIAN EMERGENCY SERVICE THE AVERAGE HUMAN COULD DIE IF LEFT IN SUB-ZERO TEMPERATURE SEA WATER FOR JUST FIVE MINUTES. HOWEVER, NATALIA SPENT TEN MINUTES 40 SECONDS IN THE WATER WITH NO OBVIOUS ILL EFFECTS. A YOGA PRACTITIONER, SHE USED MEDITATION TECHNIQUES AND WAS ABLE TO HOLD HER BREATH FOR TEN MINUTES UNDERWATER.

Ένα με τις φάλαινες έγινε μια Ρωσίδα δύτρια που έπεσε γυμνή στη θάλασσα αψηφώντας το πολικό ψύχος των παγωμένων νερών για να καταγράψει τη συμπεριφορά των φαλαινών σε τέτοιες συνθήκες με έναν άνθρωπο (Pics)

Θυσία για την επιστήμη και τις φάλαινες έγινε η 36χρονη Ρωσίδα Natalia Avseenko η οποία αψηφώντας το πολικό ψύχος και τους  -1,5 βαθμούς Κελσίου της παγωμένης θάλασσας στην περιοχή Murmansk Oblast  στην ακτή της Λευκής Θάλασσας κοντά στον  Αρκτικό Κύκλο αποφάσισε να γδυθεί και να πέσει στο νερό.

H Ρωσίδα που δεν καταλαβαίνει από κρύο
H Ρωσίδα που δεν καταλαβαίνει από κρύο

Ο μέσος άνθρωπος θα μπορούσε να είχε πεθάνει εάν βρισκόταν για περισσότερο από πέντε λεπτά γυμνός σε πολικές θερμοκρασίες, ωστόσο η Ρωσίδα δύτρια χρησιμοποιώντας τεχνικές διαλογισμού για να κρατά την αναπνοή της κατάφερε να παραμείνει κάτω από το νερό δέκα λεπτά και σαράντα δευτερόλεπτα χρονική περίοδο που έγινε ένα με τις φάλαινες.

H Ρωσίδα που δεν καταλαβαίνει από κρύο

Έτσι οι επιστήμονες κατάφεραν να δουν τη συμπεριφορά τους όταν συνυπάρχουν με έναν άνθρωπο σε τέτοιες συνθήκες. Τονίζεται ότι  κολυμπούν ελεύθερες περίπου 100.000 φάλαινες καθώς η φαλαινοθηρία έχει σκοτώσει πολλές από αυτές.

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