7 Assorted Russia, Part 7

Assorted Russia, Part 7

Posted on January 6, 2011 by team


New portion of very interesting pictures on absolutely different topics but having one thing in common – all the events, both funny and sad, take place in Russia.

A small frozen mammoth has been recently found on the Yamal Peninsula. This 50 kg young lady died about 10 thousand years ago and became the best specimen of the mammoth whose body remained in such a good condition till nowadays.

The main holiday of the country is left behind and hundreds of useless Christmas trees are thrown to the dumps. Look at these poor trees and imagine how many else of them lie in the dumps all over the whole country.

How on Earth this car got there?

And the second but no less important question – how it can be got out of there?

Nice solution of the problem

Severe faces of the engine drivers in the Moscow Underground

4 constructions of the electricity lines have been broken in two and fallen aside in Moscow. High-voltage wires have fallen down right on the road and trees. At the moment reconstruction works are held at the place of the incident.

via 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

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7 Responses to “Assorted Russia, Part 7”

  1. Zjoske says:

    Normal underground faces

  2. Archy Bunka says:

    A. Bunka here.

    F. Bunker is a joik. (Ya bum!) All Russkies are joiks!

  3. moo says:

    please take dna then clone the dam thing i wana see a wolly mammoth in person.

  4. Musa says:

    She’s so cool.

  5. LMHTFY says:

    How did that car get there? oO

  6. Joe Ragu says:

    2 or 4 men could pick up the car

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