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Russians may not celebrate Thanksgiving, but we can still be thankful for Russia
In this issue's language learning page, we consider Russian songs about trees.
14 members of Russia’s flora and fauna community that should be known to any self-respecting Russophile.
This week’s “criminals”: politicians with dead souls, chocolate Robin Hoods, kid-conductors, and a woman who just wants to go home.
Snakes, shashlik, secret Soviet structures, students: just a few things you can find on Russky Island.
Moss, kneeless bears, diamonds, and volunteers (not serfs) are the worth of Russia’s earth.
Lori Beloivan and her husband were planning to move to Moscow. Then they discovered an injured seal on a beach near Vladivostok and their lives were changed.
Igor Podgorny is a geology teacher in Petrozavodsk, but he is also an expert wildlife and landscape photographer.
We asked Ivan Kobilyakov, whose story on filming wild wolves in Putorana appeared in the Sep/Oct 2014 issue of Russian Life, to give us an update on the project and how filming has gone this summer. He also supplied new photos.
What has the Russian side of the internet been up to lately? Enjoying nature, getting a new angle on familiar things, and going at everything with a healthy sense of humor.
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