While the finding could have exciting implications for many scientific fields, the thawing of permafrost may not be good news for humankind.
Reports of a cloud of darkness blocking out the Sun at noon above northern Siberia have raised questions.
Locals raged at officials, asking how children ended up trapped to burn or suffocate inside the flaming shopping center.
The gold and silver bars fell out of the plane after the hatch door broke during takeoff.
The village’s electronic thermometer, installed to showcase the town’s famously wintry climes, reportedly broke after hitting -62 degrees Fahrenheit this week.
The tomb appears to be both the oldest and largest of its kind ever recorded in southern Siberia.
The toys’ purpose was unknown, but the grave belonged to a “common child,” as opposed to one of an elite social class.
All but one of Russia's previous radar stations are based in the country's west, near Europe.
Russian researchers have found what they think is a spear made from a mammoth tusk lodged inside the ribs of mammoth remains.
In the Russian Far East, scientists thought they had spotted a tiger flee shelter from the snow, possibly spooked by a much smaller female leopard sleeping inside.
“The passion here is crazy,” the commentator screamed, as player after player took turns shoving and punching each other in the head.
The incident caused a power outage in Russia’s chilly eastern region of Yakutia that affected 69,000 people.
Remains of a baby and an adult dating back 800 years were found in burial cocoons at the archaeological site.
One of the endangered Siberian tigers survived a dangerous encounter with a dog.
Three-year-old Tserin Dopchut slept under a larch tree and rationed his only chocolate bar.
A nickel pipe burst may have colored Daldykan twice this summer.
Once a giant penal colony for the Soviet Union, Siberia is flexing its independence from Moscow.
Once thawed, it again became infectious, but it's not dangerous to humans.