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Ice Age Park In Belokuriha
13.03.2015 08:25
Ice Age Park In Belokuriha
(Source: http://drjahlov-ru.drjahlov.com)

A park for the animals that have been existing since the time of the Ice Age will appear on the territory of the tourist complex “Sibirskoe Podvorye” near the resort city of Belokurikha (Altai Territory).

      According to the press centre of “Belokuriha” Resort” CJSC, the park where buffaloes, yaks and muskoxen will live, will open in summer. Tourists will be able to admire the descendants of ancient animals here. The investor has already purchased buffaloes, Yakut horses, yaks and hornless breed cows - Aberdeen Anguses and Galloways. It is also planned to buy muskoxen, mouflons and other rare animals. The organizers believe that the park is needed in order to surprise the tourists that come to Altai.

      The visitors of the Altai Territory have already liked the three yaks that have settled in the farmstead: these animals are preserved in wild nature in the Pamirs, in Buryatia and Tuva. Open-air cages with an area of up to 20 acres each will be built for all animals in the future. Stylized yurts will also be built close to the cages, one will be able to have a picnic if desired.


Sources: http://strana.ru 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Altai Belokuriha    

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