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Russian Nature

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Images of Russian Nature

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Welcome to Photo-Nature section of our site!

This section contains images of Eurasian nature - fungi, lichens, plants, animals and natural landscapes. All pictures are made by professional field biologists and geographers during their expeditions all over the Russia and former USSR states.

Browsing this section of our site you will find a few thousand of images of different nature objects - beginning with lichens and fungi and finishing by mammals and landscapes.

You are able to find necessary pictures using three different approach:
1) with a help of Geographic Index (all objects are separated by countries and nature geographical zones),
2) with a help of Systematic Index (all objects are separated by their systematic position),
3) with a help of Alphabetical Index (all objects are separated by their scientific Latin names according to the alphabet).

Finally, we want to keep your attention that this collection was made by professional biologists and geographers (as against of hundreds of other similar sites) - all objects from our collection are determined by scientist and have exact scientific name, date and place of taking picture and size of the original image.

 

 


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