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Real Swan Lake in Remote Nook of Altay Territory
6.01.2011 00:01
Real Swan Lake in Remote Nook of Altay Territory

Central Russian TV Channel has become interested in a wildlife preserve of the Altay Territory, where swans gather for wintering every year.
      Lakes of the Soviet District of the Altay Territory never freeze thanks to hot springs: water temperature here is 4-6 degrees centigrade all year round. This is why swans arrive here in December. Every year there are more and more swans here, which pleases local residents, for whom the swan lake is a local sight. They even have a schedule showing whose turn it is to go and feed the snow-white birds.
      A viewing point has been constructed for all the comers wishing to observe the graceful birds.
      The swans will fly away from the warm nook not before March, and so all the dwellers and visitors of the Altay Territory have a nice opportunity to feast their eyes on those beautiful birds.
Author: Vera Ivanova


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