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A poor two-legged pooch needs a lending paw, and Novosibirsk veterinarians 3D-print her a pair of two prosthetics.
A Russian zoo will open its very first exhibit to allow the observation of hibernating bears, but will it allow the bears to get some good shut-eye?
In this week's Odder News, Russian highway drivers stop for a duckling crossing, a woman fakes her own kidnapping and pays for it, and what does it signify if two black sphynx cats cross your path?
These competitors will gladly dig their own graves, but only if it means victory.
Evidently, sick burns can get you into trouble in Russian legal court— even if they are delivered in a dead language.
Women in a correctional facility in Russia participated in a competition with a parody of Little Big’s hit “Uno.”
A time-travelling tour of Russia from aristocats to nosy bureaucrats
An uptick in fox domestications leads us to consider a landmark experiment in Novosibirsk that upended assumptions about evolution.
Featuring “poisonous” cooking oil, the finest pothole you’ve ever seen, and paper planes of protest.
The opening of the Kremlin, the mysterious ways of the nooscope, Hare Krishnas, and why Michael Phelps decided to defect to the Russian Olympic team.
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