Farukh Khasanov helped land the Siberian Light Aviation Antonov-28 plane in a field after it lost radar contact.
More than 260 fires were burning in the region as of Monday, according to Russia's Ministry of Emergency Situations.
As COVID-19 cases increase in Russia, a Siberian region was the first to order a new lockdown on Wednesday. The two-week lockdown is set to begin on Sunday.
Officials said the three were likely infected with the virus just before they were vaccinated.
The pair boarded the deck of the Pacific Fleet submarine after swimming across the Krasheninnikov Bay in Russia's far East.
Alexander Chepurnov spent time with COVID-19 patients without a mask on in a bid to get the virus for a second time.
At one point, the driving comes face-to-face with a bear looking through his windshield.
Maxim Martsinkevich, the 36-year-old founder of Occupy Pedophilia, became internationally infamous for his brutal videos targeting gay men.
Latest depression formed as a result of permafrost thaw after the region saw record temperatures and wildfires.
In an Instagram post, the Russian opposition leader shared that he was able to breathe on his own. His press secretary said he'd return to Russia.
A woman who had visited a "heave mound" before an explosion almost became the "first victim" of the geological event, a scientist studying the crater said.
A scientist studying the crater in the remote Yamal peninsula also said it has just a few years to "live."
The crater is believed to have formed through an explosion after a build-up of methane underground.
Craters like Batagay form as a result of thermokarst, where the ice locked inside permafrost melts, reducing ground strength.
The fossilized excrement could help to shed light on what the extinct animal once ate.
Greenpeace estimates over 19 million hectares of land—an area bigger than Greece—has burned since the start of 2020.
The Arctic has experienced unprecedented temperatures, which has been largely attributed to climate change.
"This is a preview of our future," said meteorologist Carl Parker.
On June 20, the Arctic town of Verkhoyansk recorded a temperature of 100.4 F.
Siberia has been experiencing abnormally high temperatures for several months.
On June 20, the mercury in the small town of Verkhoyansk, which is located six miles north of the Arctic circle, reached 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit, according to unverified Russian weather data.
Russia declared a state of emergency after 20,000 tonnes of diesel leaked into the river.
Areas of Siberia have seen temperatures hit the early to mid-thirties during an exceptional May heatwave.
A magnetic patch under Canada has become weaker, allowing a competing "lobe" to take control.
The explosion over Siberia, which has come to be known as the "Tunguska event," has long puzzled experts.
Researchers found these regions of the eastern Arctic Ocean are relatively rare, which is "good news" for the climate.
An ice rink seemingly shaped like male genitalia in Siberia has drawn criticism from social media users, but the town of Novosibirsk is defending their decision to open the phallic facility.
Researchers also found modern Arctic sledge dogs appear to be direct descendants of those brought over from Siberia and Alaska.