Transportation in Canada will cost 30 bison Yakutia in at least 13 million rubles

Ministry of Nature Protection of Yakutia is willing to pay at least 13 million for transportation to the country of Canada, 30 wood bison.

The management of biological resources of protected areas in the Ministry of Natural Resources of Yakutia has placed order for transportation buffalo online public procurement.

The initial price of transportation is 13.2 million rubles. Animals should be taken to Yakutsk from Edmonton on a cargo plane IL-76 from March 15 to April 10, 2013. In addition, bison during transport must be in three trailers.

Earlier it was reported that in order to restore the population

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Singapore can go without drinking water

Despite the fact that China — one of the most developed countries in South Asia, an ordinary glass of water in Singapore is very easy to get.

In a city of 5 million people lack drinking water supplies. So now more than ever dependent on Singapore from neighboring Malaysia, which supplies up to 1125 million liters of water a day.

At the moment, drinking water makes up 40% of total imports. However, according to the Singapore Bureau of energy resources, put in place a number of alternative sources, allowing the city's population now provide their own drinking water. The

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Most hidden finds peace

Humanity has been brought up on the history of the development of a Darwinian. Hard to be imposed and the mandatory inclusion in the school curriculum. But there is a huge archaeological finds and discoveries, which are carefully guarded secret of all of the scientific community of the world, because they break the Darwinian theory to smithereens.

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The number of victims of floods and landslides in southern Thailand has risen to 58

The number of victims of floods and landslides in southern Thailand has risen to 58. This was reported today by ITAR-TASS news agency in the Ministry of Health of the Kingdom.

The lack of security is still a provincial Nakhonsitammarat, Surat Thani and Trang. There is still a heavy weather, in some areas the water level reaches five feet. At the same time, Surat Thani Airport and Samui is operating normally.

At the moment, the provinces of the south was able to restore air and rail in full, is repair of roads and power lines. The government has allocated 150

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Drought

The drought will cause a 12% decline in exports th citrus from Chile

April 5. According to research company iQonsulting, citrus exports from Chile to fall this season by 12% to 111.51 thousand decline in exports will cause the lack of moisture, — transfers Freshfruitportal.com.

More noticeable effects of the drought impact on crop regions of Coquimbo and Valparaiso. It was expected that on March 1, the country exported 47.4 thousand tons of oranges (? 10%), 25.17 tons of mandarins (? 13%) and 38.97 tonnes of lemons (? 13%).

Producers have been hit hard in the regions of lemons

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Japan will pay $ 5 million for the disposal brought to U.S. shores garbage

Japan will give U.S. $ 5 million to dispose of debris and rubbish made tsunami in the Pacific Ocean on March 11 last year, and came to the west coast of America, reported the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan on Friday.

Estimated non-governmental organizations, the tsunami swept into the Pacific Ocean about 1.5 million units of trash and debris, some of which — from 1 to 5% — will introduce the coast of the U.S. and Canada. From the middle of this year, there were reports about detected in the American and Canadian shores of things being lost elements

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Sea ice in the Arctic shrank to a record high in 2006

Sea ice in the Arctic reached a maximum value for the current winter season, but this maximum was significantly below average and corresponds to a record low area on record, recorded in 2006, according to the National Data Centre for snow and ice (NSIDC) USA.

"The area of Arctic sea ice, apparently reached a maximum value of 7 March, followed by a melt season. Highs this year corresponds to a record low point in the history of satellite observations," — said in a statement.

March 7, sea ice in the Arctic was 14.64 million square kilometers. This is a

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Resident Altai illegally cut down forest to 1.2 million rubles

Law enforcement agencies of the Republic of Altai find out the details of illegal felling 232 trees of various species, damage is estimated at 1.2 million rubles, told RIA Novosti on Wednesday, the press service of the Interior Ministry of the republic.

According to him, in late March villager Kanachak, 10 kilometers from the village Dmitrievka Turochakskyi district illegally cut down a total of 232 trees. Of felled trees, according to the source, there were pine, fir and larch, and other trees.

"Investigative team at the scene had to thoroughly inspect every saw cut and remove a huge amount of

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In the waters of the Northern Kazakhstan mass death of fish

Animals

5.02.11.Pervy bell has rung out: massive fish kills in the river Tobol found hundreds of miles from Kostanay downstream. Earlier this week, another group of environmental concerns, experts took samples of river water.

Previous tests have shown that the maximum allowable concentration of some chemical components exceeded tens and even hundreds of times, and the water in the main artery of the area is more like a poisonous brine. On the one hand, the consequences of last year's drought. On the other — the natural result of the barbaric man's relationship to the environment, the IA "Kazakh-Grain"

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Japan continues to shake

New earthquake of magnitude 6 occurred on Sunday in northeastern Japanese island of Honshu. National Directorate of Meteorology warned of the possible danger of tsunami waves on the Pacific coast.

The epicenter was located in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture, and its focus was at a depth of 10 km from the ocean floor. Strong tremors were felt in 16 of the 47 prefectures of Japan, including Tokyo. In just the past two days in Japan were about three hundred aftershocks of magnitude 3 to 7, according to ITAR-TASS.

Several million

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