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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 is in Russia, consisting of a large part of it. All of Siberia is in Asia. The most western point in the north is the Yamal Peninsula, in the south it is the city of Chelyabinsk. Siberia is east of that line all the way to the Bering Sea in the north and the Sea of Japan in the south. Siberi…
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Siberia ranges from Arctic in the north, to sub-arctic, to temperate forest and tundra along the southern borders (where the biggest cities tend to be located). You will find moderate to slightly warm summers, a cool, wet spring and fall, and cold to VERY cold winters. In many ways, the climate of S…
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Some decomposers in Siberia include nematodes and sow bugs. Other decomposers in tundra biomes are different types of fungus and bacteria.
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It's located in eastern Russia.
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Siberia's population is25,530 people.
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a very big meteorite that actually left crater The Answer above is a lie! There was no crater, and no material found of an extraterrestrial source. Basically, no one knows what you would get hit by. All we know is that you'd be destroyed by an equivalent of 2,000 nuclear bombs exploding on you. S…
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Siberia is bordered on the north by the Arctic Ocean and on the east by the Pacific Ocean.
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No, it's a region of Russia. a big part almost half of Russia and pie is yummy
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Siberia covers about 77% of Russia.
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As Siberia is in Russia, Russian is the primary language of Siberia. However, there are also a number of indigenous ethnic minorities who speak their own languages, e.g. Tartar and Bashkir. These languages differ immensely from Russian. There are also a lot of immigrants from Uzbekistan and Azerbaij…
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Siberia is located in the northern part of Asia. Over half of Russia is considered Siberian territory. It is the coldest part of Russia.
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The closest state to Siberia is the US State of Alaska." The Bering Strait seperates Siberia & the "Fairbanks" peninsula. When you look at the map of Siberia facing the Fairbanks Peninsula you'll notice that the middle of those peninsula look like medium-sized prehistoric mammal noses.
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SERBIA is a very nice country it snow on Christmas and other celebrations. i know cause i come from Serbia
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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.
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Yes.
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Siberia has very cold weather.
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About 40 million people
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Siberia has a thriving animal population. There are reindeer, long-horned goats, ibex, musk deer, polar bears, seal, walrus, many fish species, wolves, ermine, several large birds of prey, gyrfalcons, red-breasted geese, ducks, mice, rabbits, lemmings, several other burrowing small rodents, lynx, an…
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No. It is a sub-continent that is part of the sub-continent of Asia that is a part of the continent eurasia.
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Siberia is part of Russia. The President of Russia is Dmitry Anatoliyevich Medevedev. Answered 25.12.10George Diamond
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It depends what exactly you want to see - for the best trip to Altai region the end of June - beginning of august
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Novosibirsk
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Indeed. It is in Siberia, Russia.
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2.8 million..
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It has the world's lowest temperature outside of Antarctica. During the winter, average temperatures in Siberia range from -10°F (-23°C) to below -50°F (-45°C)
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That is more difficult than it seems. Siberia is the most continental place on Earth. This means there is a large difference between the coldest and the warmest season. In Yakutia, the province in the NE of Siberia (inland) locally has extremes in one and the same place of +38 and -70 C. That is a 1…
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Siberia is four times as large as France an yet ony has 3,000,000 people, 1 million are in the capital, Novosibirsk.
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it is 50 miles and 80 kilometers
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Siberia is a region of Russia constituting nearly two-thirds of Russia from east of the Ural Mountains to the Pacific coast.
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the date of Christmas in siberia is the January the 14th
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The area of Siberia is approximately 13.1 million square km
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It is 10 to 6in.
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Siberia has lots of rivers including: Anabar River Angara River Indigirka River Irtysh River Kolyma River Lake Baikal Lena River Lower Tunguska River Novosibirsk Reservoir Ob River Popigay River Stony Tunguska River Upper Angara River Uvs Nuur Yana River Yenisei River Siberia bord…
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No. Siberia is a region in northern Russia. It is a long way from the old Yugoslavia. SerBia but not SiBeria is the part of old Yougoslava
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The annual snowfall in Siberia is 48 inches.
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Siberia has mostly a subarctic climate, which means winters are very long and cold while summers are short and cool. However, some places in Siberia are known to have summer temperatures reach 20˚C.
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Russian is the official language spoken in Siberia, as it is in other Russian places.
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Twenty inches or less on average.
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http://www.costumes.org/ethnic/1PAGES/SIBERIA.HTM i dont know because i have been searching the internet all day and i have found nothing
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5,207,900 square miles.
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Siberia is most famous for being a cold desolate place where criminals and opponents of the government were sent to live in exile. Siberia was used in that manner by the Tsars as well as by the Communists.
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The Ob, the Yenisei and the Lena Rivers.
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The Taiga is the forest. The steppes are the plains.
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Their main diet consists of fish, horse, and dairy. There is some bread as well.
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Yes.
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Siberia does not wants to separate from Russia. Here there live Russian as well as in other part of Russia. One language and one culture. Siberia is rich with minerals and oil and there are external forces which would like to transform it into protectorate of the international corporations as many…
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Yup! :)
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Well actually both! In the summer it reaches above freezing levels and it rains. It rains the most in the summer because it's moist. But in the winters it freezes and it snows.
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No, It is region
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Mostly one Russian language.. Soon be chineze..
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Yes, to the North it's called Trima, and to the south it's Cakuma.
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yes, there has been a baby mammoth found in Siberia and also a few report's on what looked like rhinoceroses. Children sometimes do homework on these kind of things so you could go on a child's help homework site and find out more there. in Alaska there is sure to have them as well because it was pa…
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Among its more common mammals are foxes, otters, wolves, hare, moose, reindeer, polar and brown bears, sable, seals, and walruses. Leopards, tigers, and antelope inhabit the Amur River region. Sturgeon, salmon, and rare freshwater seals inhabit Lake Baikal.
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Siberia is a very large region of Russia, not an administrative state such as an Oblast, Okrug or Krai, therefore it does not have a capital. Many people and travel books refer to Irkutsk as the "Capital of Siberia".
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There's caribou, long-horned goats, ibex, musk deer, polar bears, seal, walrus, many fish species, wolves, ermine, several large birds of prey, gyrfalcons, red-breasted geese, ducks, mice, rabbits, lemmings, several other burrowing small rodents, lynx, and arctic foxes
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The line length is 5772 miles or 9289 kms
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siberia's vegitation is tundra, and very dry summer's and very cool winter you can go with a shirt and pants on with boats
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Trans Siberia railway,forest
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It comes from the old Turkic language and means "sleeping land". Siberia was the ancient homeland of Turks. Even today, Turkic language is one of the official languages in the region due to thousands of Turkic people residing there.Siberia is a large geographic region in the Asian part of Russia of …
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"Siberia" comes from the Mongolian word "sibir", which means "sleeping land."
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No. Central Russia flowing into the Caspian Sea
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That is the correct spelling of the proper noun "Siberia" (a cold region of eastern Russia).
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All around Siberia
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Siberia is a region of Russia that covers approximately two-thirds of Russia and stretches from the Ural Mountains in the west to the Pacific Ocean in the east. Russia has a land area of 17,078,000 sq km.
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General answer is yes and they are horrible. Specific, I know that Western Siberia has far more problem with mosquito infestation than for instance certain areas of Eastern Siberia, especially the dry steppe area around Zabaikalsky Krai (former Chita Oblast) where mosquitoes are not high in number. …
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:/ Do they have money there?Hmmm.Probably euros.
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north polar zone
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Siberia represents about two-thirds of Russia and is criss-crossed with rivers. Some of the larger or more significant rivers would be the Angara, Tunguska, Ob, Selenga, Yenisei, Tom, Om, Lena, Irtysh, Shilka.
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go to the first objective marker then destroy the generators using the rpg then go to the next marker destroy the generator next to the small buildings then go to the underground bit and destroy the generator there then go out and go thru the tunnel simply walk up to the helicopter from the ramp on…
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The Independent General Knowledge Crossword. Well this is the question posed by the Independent as the bonus prize in their crossword to win a case of wine. As I know the actual answer and I hope to win the prize (some chance) I will post the answer here on 11th September after the closing date o…
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Siberia is, it holds the record for the coldest place in the northern Hemisphere.
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Siberia is cold because there is a high pressure weather system during the winter which brings more clear skies. When skies are clear, it gets really cold
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If you are already in Russia, Europe or many of the Asian countries, you can get to Siberia by train or plane. Otherwise, you would need to travel to a city with an International Airport or Port and then a train or internal flight. Siberia is a big place.
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The telephone country code for Russia is +7. The area code depends on what part of Siberia you are calling. (The plus sign means "insert your international access prefix here." From a GSM mobile phone, you can enter the number in full international format, starting with the plus sign. The most com…
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There are lots of steppes in Siberia along with many mountain ranges and rivers.
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Cape Dezhnev on the Chukchi Peninsula is in Siberia and is 30.2 miles from Little Diomede Island which is in Alaska. Little Diomede is 2.2 miles from Big Diomede Island which is Russian.
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what are siberia cultureal and economic resource.
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Bear feeding and vodka drinking
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People in Siberia speak Russian--Siberia is in Russia--and most likely some Mongolian or Chinese in the easternmost parts, since both of those countries border on the region.
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1 to 3 feet of snow
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The longest river in siberia is Yenisie River. The length of this river is around 3500 miles.
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A black hole never hit Siberia, but meteors have.
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Russia, Primarily the North Asia part of Russia.
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I believe so. some species of Siberian tiger are whie, but for the most part, white is a color variant of the Bengal.
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No
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Yes, there is. what volcanoes in Siberia??
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yes. Between 30 and 60 million people lost their lives from imposed starvation, political purges, Siberian exile, and forced relocation.
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it is ackeee
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