Siberia is a subregion of Asia located in Russia. Siberia accounts for 77 percent of Russia's land area, but only around 27 percent of its population. Siberia is rich in a number of valuable natural resources.
Next time you complain about your morning commute, think of this 76-year-old Siberian woman who skates across the world’s deepest lake, wearing a pair of skates from 1943, in order to take care of her cows.
Russian scientists have described a new dinosaur species that roamed Siberia 120 million years ago, naming it the Siberian Titan. The giant with its long neck & tail is only the second of its type discovered on Russia’s territory.
A major blaze has ravaged a shoe factory near the Siberian city of Novosibirsk, killing 10 and injuring at least two workers. The flames engulfed 2,000sq meters, destroying a warehouse packed with shoes and the factory itself.
The Siberian unicorn – long believed to have died out 350,000 years ago – was actually still alive as recently as 29,000 years ago, according to the analysis of a well-preserved skull found in the Pavlodar region of Kazakhstan.