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Lake Baikal in Siberia is 400 miles long, 50 miles wide and a mile deep. It is the world’s largest freshwater lake and contains 20 per cent of the world’s non-frozen fresh water supplies.Yakutsk in Siberia is said to be the coldest city on Earth. The average January temperature is around –40C, though it can be hot in summer.
The Siberian tiger is the largest member of the cat family. Only about 500 remain in the wild.In 1995, the Isle of Wight Zoo had to give special training to its Siberian tigers as it was the first time they had ever seen snow.
And those were some facts about Siberia, thank you for your call
What I learned while creating this work was.....
I also learned that it is very difficult to live in Siberia, if she were an independent country it would be the biggest State I've learned to appreciate the place because he has a very interesting history but also if Siberia was Russia so Russia was small in seventy-seven percent.