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  • proper n. A statoid in Siberia; formerly Yakutia


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  • Japanese and Russian researchers have been working for years to find a suitable woolly mammoth specimen in the Siberian permafrost, and they recently told Japan's Kyodo news service that they recovered what they hope will be viable bone marrow from a frozen thigh bone recovered near Batagay in eastern Russia's Sakha Republic a.k.a. Top headlines

  • Large portions of central Siberia, particularly the Sakha Republic (Yakutia) and the Russian Far East, have moderate or high projected hazard potential.

    Infrastructure and climate in the Arctic

  • Sakha Republic's Agency for Use of Mineral Resources gave permission to launch the first stage of the open pit development at the Elga deposit.

  • Parts of a Russian heavy-lift military cargo plane Ilyushin Il-76, that crashed on takeoff from Mirny in the Sakha Republic in Siberia are seen in this image taken from television broadcast Sunday, Nov, 1, 2009. - Articles related to Military cargo plane crashes at Elmendorf Air Force Base in Alaska; no word on casualties

  • Alrosa operates the Mir mine, a huge open-cast pit in the frozen wastes of the Sakha Republic. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • The four-engine plane had just taken off from Mirny in the Sakha Republic when it tilted to the right and was unable to gain altitude, said Vasily Panchenkov, a spokesman for the Interior Troops, which were flying the aircraft.


  • The four-engine Il-76 was flying from Mirny in the Sakha Republic to the city of Irkutsk.


  • This large-scale exhibition of more than 140 displays about the extinct animal includes two well-preserved remains of mammoths on loan from the Mammoth Museum in Yakutsk, the capital city of the Sakha Republic.

    Taipei Times


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