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The Tyumen Ostrich Farm Is Happy To See Eco-Tourists
29.05.2013 23:46
The Tyumen Ostrich Farm Is Happy To See Eco-Tourists
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Representatives of fauna that are not typical for Siberia proved that they can live not only in the hot climate of Africa, but also in the regions of the northern widths of Russia, for example, in the Tyumen region, in Chikcha village, situated 20 km from the regional center.


      

The ostrich farm is organized there. Growing and breeding of a black African ostrich has become the basic direction of the farm since its very opening. They are waiting for the replenishment at the farm very soon. And for now all comers are invited to look at the inhabitants that appeared here recently – small piglets, mini-piglets and a Scottish pony. Soon pheasants, peacocks and a mule will appear there. And constant inhabitants of the farm – rabbits, sheeps, roe children Yasha and Bembi and of course ostriches are always happy to meet eco-tourists.


Sources: http://strana.ru 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Travel Ecotourism    

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