Siberian express

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Siberian express

n. an enormous mass of very cold air moving from Siberia, across the North Pole, and down onto North America. The country braced itself for a return Friday of the Siberian express with temperatures dropping to twenty below in many areas.
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Siberian tigers are among the world's most endangered species.
The Stone Age man may have belonged to a group that left cutting tools at several Siberian sites dating to as early as 47,000 years ago, the scientists say.
The Siberian cranes are divided between two widely-separated breeding groups.
Hani was the second Siberian tiger to die at the Greater Vancouver Zoo in the last four months.
According to Carol Cheow, general manager of Cactus Botanies, Siberian ginseng contains the compounds Eleutherosides (Eleutherosides B and Eleutherosides E), which have been found to stimulate mental and physical vigor.
The Siberian meteorite weighed an estimated 7,000 tons, which makes it a big one.
The Siberian Regional Universities Consortium led by Novosibirsk State Technical University was established in November of this year.
Siberian Hosting also states that they are including in this offer status alerts, domain locking to prevent accident transfers, auto renew protection, domain forwarding and much more.
The four white Siberian tigers often fight for milk, but in 20 days time they can start eating solids and stop nursing.
Over the past 24 hours 18 wildfires were reported on the territory of the Siberian Federal District.
Since this fragment should contain a G-insert characterising Siberian spruces, results of sequencing will probably shed a light to the origin of our Karelian samples.
Washington, Jan 24 ( ANI ): A 33,000-year-old dog skull discovered from a Siberian cave presents some of the oldest known evidence of dog domestication and suggests modern dogs may be descended from multiple ancestors.
Although the cause of this event is a mystery, it has been speculated that the eruption of a large swath of volcanic rock in Russia called the Siberian Traps was a trigger for the extinction.
5) The Siberian above, is the largest cat in the world but there are reputed to only 200 to 250 left in the wild.
scale hit Russia's Siberian region of Tyva on the border with Mongolia, but so