Wild Russia Siberia Wow. That was the most interesting most amazing video I have ever seen. The animals are so beautiful and so unique it was just astonishing. Okay, heres the real start. Siberia has a thriving animal population. There are reindeer, longhorned goats, ibex, musk deer and many more species. The Siberian Salamander is one of the interesting animals of Siberia because it is one of the few animals that can survive deep freezing. Siberia is also home of one of the world’s rarest and most beautiful bird, the Siberian White Crane. Only 3,500 are left in the world. The Baikal Seals are the only freshwater seals on the planet and the live in the waters of lake Baikal. The seals spend their time in winter, alone. They have their pups and they feed them for 8 weeks until they go back into the water. At 8 weeks the pups have enough fur that they can keep warm in and out of the freezing water of lake Baikal. The animals of Siberia have mutated themselves over time to help them survive in the cold permafrost climate of Siberia. Since Siberia is permafrost the animals must keep moving to find food and shelter. The freezing temperatures must be hard to live in but the animals know how to survive in the harsh weather conditions of Siberia. The wolves can eat up to 9 kilos of meat a day and the can travel 200 kilometers in one day. They even eat the ice when they get thirsty, how awesome is that. The coldest point in Siberia is Yakutia. Temperatures there can reach as far down ass 70 degrees C. The Yakut horses live here; surviving in the winters are tough but they keep movement to a minimum to live on. They use their hooves to dig up the snow to find frozen grass that they can feed on. Over time they have grown thick skin and heavy fur to help them stay warm in the area of Yakutia. Also, reindeer live in Yakutia. Every year they
are herded up by the Yakut people and the Yakuts heavily rely on them. The musk deer lives...
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