Siberian


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Siberian

a handsome breed of rabbits with distinctive rollback or blanket fur which looks as though it has been shorn. Its color can be black, blue or brown; its weight is about 6 lb.
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On December 19, 2016, on the basis of the Khakass Technical Institute, a military department was opened, which is a structural subdivision of the Military Engineering Institute of the Siberian Federal University in the city of Abakan.
Deputy Director, Wildlife Bahawalpur Region, Mohammad Anwar said that stern action would be taken against those found involved in poaching of Siberian guest birds.
More evidence of Siberian tigers' presence means an increased protection area for them," Lu Yunfeng from the department said, adding the reserve area for the tigers in Dongfanghong, a national nature reserve along the border, has been expanded to over 130,000 hectares from 30,000.
Siberian tigers are among the worlds most endangered species.
The ancient man's DNA "shows that there were indeed modern humans in the area of those Siberian sites who could have made stone tools," says study coauthor Janet Kelso, a Max Planck paleogeneticist.
The other Siberian tiger that died at the zoo was Sweetie, which was euthanised on Dec 31, 2013.
Siberian ginseng is native to the Taiga region of the Far East (southeastern part of Russia, northern China, Korea and Japan).
We surveyed forests (42[degrees]51'-53'N, 143[degrees]09,-11'E) in Obihiro (in Hokkaido), northern Japan, occupied by Siberian flying squirrels.
On the other hand, the Siberian meteorite wasn't really all that big.
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China Botanic Pharmaceutical Inc (NYSE AMEX: CBP), a developer, manufacturer and distributor of botanical products, bio-pharmaceuticals and traditional Chinese medicines in China, announced today that its Siberian Ginseng Extract has received the recognition of being a Safe Medicine at the 8th session of the selection event.