The advent of glasnost and new technologies have enabled cameramen to reach remote areas of a vast and unknown territory for the first time in 75 years. Spanning six climatic zones and over 130 different ethnic groups, the Soviet Union is a land of immense contrasts, whose diversity is reflected in its varied wildlife. This book traces the interaction between mankind and animal - from the wolverine and the Siberian tiger to the Stellers sea eagle of Kamchatka and from the raptors and camels of the northern deserts to the ...

The Nature of Russia 1993, Abbeville Press, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9781558594708

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The Nature of Russia 1992, Boxtree Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9781852831387

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