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Siberian scientists breeding foxes for pets eye human link #jakpost 

“We are trying to understand which genes change and how they change.” Siberian scientists breed foxes for pets to study how wild animals are domesticated — in pictures

A Siberian region has declared a state of emergency and law enforcement officers opened an investigation into a spill of about 500 liters of diesel fuel on the Angara River

#Russia - Siberian scientists breeding foxes for pets eye human link. #AFP  📸 Alexander Neemenov

#Russia - Siberian scientists breeding foxes for pets eye human link. #AFP  📸 Alexander Neemenov

The year's best wildlife photos reveal a super-chill monkey, a rare Siberian tiger, and an ant clinging to a beetle's leg #WallSt 

Siberian scientists breeding foxes for pets eye human link

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Siberian scientists breeding foxes for pets look into human link

Siberian scientists breeding foxes for pets look into human link

From a Siberian tiger hugging a Manchurian fir tree to a fox chowing down on a goose, the winner's of this year's Wildlife Photographer of the Year from @NHM_London 's competition are stunning.

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"Drone reveals "Lenin” spelled with decades-old pine trees in Siberian forest"

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BREAKING: Doctors at the Siberian hospital where Alexei Navalny, one of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s fiercest critics, lies in a coma after suspected poisoning have allowed his family to transport him to a top German medical facility.

Siberian town tops 100 degrees F, the hottest temperature ever recorded north of the Arctic Circle. This scares me, I have to say.

RECORD SIBERIAN HEAT If confirmed by the WMO, the 38C/100F recorded in Verkhoyansk, Russia on Saturday will be the highest temperature ever recorded within the Arctic Circle. Records for this location go back to 1885. Matt

A starving polar bear was spotted hundreds of miles away from her natural habitat in a Siberian town. She collapsed on the ground for hours. Activists say climate change is drastically reducing the bears' natural sea ice habitat, forcing them to wander for miles for food.

LOOK: This Siberian town is getting black snow allegedly caused by coal dust from local processing plants

Eerie black snow falls over Siberian region triggering acute pollution concerns from locals. Ghostly pictures of dark snowscapes - which should be pristine white - as blame pointed at failure to filter fumes at coal plant

Had such a great time at Justin Timberlake last night! Excited for Trans Siberian Orchestra today!

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Good God. As Siberian permafrost thaws, old anthrax bacteria coming to life. 1,500 reindeer dead since Sunday,

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