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Siberia

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Siberia is a very large region of Russia. It covers 77% of the country's land mass. It has been officially part of Russia since the 17th century, and several buildings from that time period still stand today.
Siberia has a lot of industry including turbogenerators,hydrogenerators and electric motors.
Siberia is in the polar zone.
Currently, no. People in Russia (and that includes Siberia, which is a region of Russia) speak Russian. Educated people in the 19th century did often speak French or German, thinking that Russian was the language of the peasants, however, this is no longer the case.
Siberia has Siberian salmon, also called Siberian taimen orSiberian giant trout. They have rainbow trout, amur pike, greyling,perch, northern pike, and ide.
One reason may have to do with Siberia being very cold. Also, the climate of Siberia makes for a short growing season and large populations require large amounts of food.
The climate is harsh because it is near the Arctic circle, and because patches of freezing air reside above Siberia.
Since Siberia is part of Russia, it is "State Anthem of the RussianFederation".
Siberia is the tundra in Asia that is part of Russia.
No. They used to be some of the most active geologic areas. To give an example, that region erupted for 1 million years at full force. If they were to become active, it would be the end of the world as we know it.
Western Russia is farther south, warmer and more populated thanSiberia.
Ob, Yenisei, Lena are three major rivers in Siberia. They all flowinto the Arctic Ocean.
Siberia is a region of Russia that makes up about two-thirds of the country. It reaches from the Ural Mountains in the west to the Pacific coast in the east, from the Arctic coast in the north to the Kazakh, Mongolian and Chinese borders in the south. it is east of Moscow.
No, the Volga River is in Russia and Moscow is located along the river. The Volga runs north to south for 2,290 miles to the Caspian Sea.
Latitude: N 66° 45' 40.8424", Longitude: E 124° 7' 25.5112"
Siberia exports machinery, gas and oil.
If it is one of the coldest days, wear reindeer boots, fox coatsand muskrat hats. Don't wear glasses because they will stick toyour skin. Otherwise natural fibers such as cotton, and wool areworn.
No, since white tigers are a rare color variant in Bengal tigers, they also live in India and Bangladesh where the rest of the Bengali tigers are found.
Siberia never gained independence. It is still a colony of Russia.
Siberia has a short growing season. They grow rye , barley , wheat , Buckwheat , millet , peas,cabbage, turnips , carrots, onions, and garlic.
Haiti is located in the tropics, while Siberia is in the mid tohigh latitudes and inland. Siberia experiences extreme cold duringthe winter as a result of lack of sunlight, high pressure, and snowcover. Haiti experiences warm weather all year because the sun isalways high.
Alaska, part of the United States has a similar climate as doesparts of Canada.
It's mostly undeveloped because of its harsh, cold climate. Anotherproblem is that it can take eight or more days to travel across allof Russia by train.
The physical environment is really cold, snowy. There are manymountains and hills. It is really beautiful and in the summer thereare many rivers, but only some unfreeze.
FC Sibir Novosibirsk is a Russian football team based inSiberia.
Siberia has 77% of Russian land but 28% of the people.
The average temperature in January is − 25 °C (− 13 °F )and the average temperature in July is +17 °C ( 63°F ).
Latitude: N 61° 0' 49.356"
The mineral found in Siberia are coal, iron ore, manganese, copper ore, and zinc in Asia.
The waterway between Siberia and Alaska is called the BeringStrait, which is 82 kilometres wide at its narrowest point.
Siberia is a frozen tundra. But there are some very tough peopleliving there that handle the difficult climate.
First of all, it's important to know the difference between dessertand desert. Dessert means food items served at the end of a meal.Desert means dry area where natural vegetation is scarce and lifeis a difficult one. Siberia is a cold desert.
it is 55 miles be tween Siberia and Alaska.
Siberia is part of Russia. So it flies two flags. TheSiberian flag is white and green diagonals.
Some come to Siberia to see the wildflowers or to fish in therivers.
No, Siberia is in Russia.
Siberia broke free of Mongolia in the late 15th century. TheRussians started to take control of parts of Siberia in the 16thcentury and by the mid 17th century controlled Siberia to thePacific. Siberia has not been independent for a long time.
No Russian Czars were ever exiled to Siberia. Tsar Nicholas II abdicated the throne and was moved around from place to place until he and his family were executed in Ekaterinburg, Russia. He was never exiled to Sibere.
Siberia has some of the greatest seasonal temperature ranges in the world. While it can be colder than anywhere else in the northern hemisphere, it can also get quite hot. Some places do exceed 100 F in the summer.
NONE!!! There are a "few" thousans kilometers in between (them); Siberia is in ASIA then, past the URAL mountains, EUROPE starts... siberia is the Asian part of russia. Bulgaria doesn't even border russia. there are Romania, moldavia and Ukraine between russia and Bulgaria!
No it is not in Siberia. It is in the Yekaterinburg UrbanOkrug.
Ninety percent of Siberian tigers live in Sikhote-Alin area ofRussia.
Siberia receives little rain due to it being high above the equator, thus it stays below freezing the majority of the year. Even the summers are very cold.
Siberia has manufacturing, oil and natural gas.
Siberia has areas of swamps, mountains, rivers, Lake Baikal, andtaiga.
Siberia has very cold weather.
The United States is east of Siberia across the Bering Straitbecause theoretically the east refers to the direction the sunrises.
Siberia has an area of 5.058 million mi². The United States has anarea of 3.797 million mi².
Siberia has mainly coniferous plants due to the very cold climate, but in more southern areas there is grassland and a more temperate climate.
Lenin was sent to Shushenskoe, Siberia near the Lena River in a not too harsh part of the country. One author called it the Siberian Riviera, although that may have been tongue in cheek.
No. It is part of the Soviet Union (USSR). It's located nearnorthern Asia.
No. Siberia is in the part of Russia that is in Asia.
There are many different Siberian languages so it is important toknow Russian.
The natural resources are fossil fuels like natural gas, oil, and coal. Others are iron ore and timber.
Siberia has 40 million people.
Siberia is a vast area with harsh climate.
The Pacific coast would get more rainfall because the Pacific is alarge body of water.
The southern part of Siberia is the best for farming.
Siberia's resources are coal, natural gas, precious metals and somegems. Coal and natural gas are needed for energy production.
No the Ural River is in Russia. It is not in Siberia.
There are museums to see. You can do skiing and other wintersports. In the summer, there is fishing.
In Siberia, January averages about−15 °C (5 °F) and July about +19 °C (66.2 °F), while daytime temperatures in summer typically are above 20 °C.
It means the sleeping land.
Siberia imports foods especially fresh foods during the winter.
Siberia has oil, coal, logging, and does some manufacturing ofequipment.
The Altay range or Altai Mountains are the highest mountains inSiberia.
Siberia is part of Russia. Russia's national bird is the eagle.
Most people in Siberia live in a series of cities along the southern Russian border, as this stretch of land tends to have the best weather, plus access to the important railways, rivers, and borders of trading partners. Some of the more populated cites along this stretch include Ekaterinburg, Omsk,...
The main advantage of Siberia is its large reserves of natural gases and other vital resources. The main disadvantage is that due to its size and its harsh climate it is often difficult to find a work force which will work in these conditions.
the soil is thin and marshy in much of the siberian taiga
Latitude : N 55° 2' 21.2294", Longitude : E 82° 55'40.1452"
They put underpants, light pants and only then just trousers or jeans! They put a jacket of fur-coat on a sweater thre's a shirt or t-shirt under the sweater. They have to wear warm hats. of course they use scarfs and mittens, wool socks and warm shoes or boots. Frost causes...
Siberia has a thriving animal population. There are reindeer,long-horned goats, ibex, musk deer, polar bears, seal, walrus, manyfish species, wolves, ermine, several large birds of prey,gyrfalcons, red-breasted geese, ducks, mice, rabbits, lemmings,several other burrowing small rodents, lynx, and...
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Highly unlikely as mountain lions are native to North America. If a captive animal were to escape then it could be possible but the chances of it being an albino are incredibly slim. No true albino mountain lions have ever been spotted or bred. Albinism in cats is rare anyway (occurring only 2% of...
Most people think that it's the Pacific Ocean, but that's just a general answer. What you need is something more specific, so the answer to your question is the Bearing Sea.
No. It is a sub-continent that is part of the sub-continent of Asia that is a part of the continent eurasia.
Main point is temperature; Australia is hot, Siberia is too cold. In some pars only 2 month when temperature doesn't drop below 0 C.
I believe you mean the Orient Express, a train route into Siberia.
Yes, permafrost underlies all of Siberia to some extent.
The Angara River is a1,105-mile-long river in Siberia.
I think - Å arplaninac, Serbian Hound and the Serbian Tricolour Hound. The Samoyed also came from Siberia.
in the summer it is really hot and in the winter it is really cold
no its in europe
The weather is very cold and not many people live there
Northern Siberia is in the Taiga Arctic zone & the area bordering the Arctic Ocean is in the Tundra Arctic zone.
It is about 9500 kilometers or 5900 miles from Colorado to Siberia. It also depends on where in Colorado to where in Siberia.
First of all, they have a much thicker winter coat than most dogs.Anywhere snowy is the best place for a Husky. Second of all,Siberian Huskies originated from Siberia. That should make sense.