Saiga’s baby boom raises hope for naturalists
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Saiga’s baby boom raises hope for naturalists

Good news for naturalists: the number of one of the more eccentric-looking of the world’s hoofed mammals – saigas, whose main population lives in Central Asia – is…

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Khazar nature reserve – a real bird’s paradise
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Khazar nature reserve – a real bird’s paradise

There is in Turkmenistan an absolutely unusual corner of land – along the Caspian Sea the Khazar state natural reserve stretches. Here nature has created a miracle –…

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Electronic waste that poisons the planet
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Electronic waste that poisons the planet

Every year, E-waste quantities are rising three times faster than the world’s population, the UN News Center reports. We cannot imagine our life without refrigerators, air conditioners, laptops,…

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“MIR” TV channel released a video about climate change in Central Asia
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“MIR” TV channel released a video about climate change in Central Asia

“MIR” TV channel and the Regional Environmental Center of Central Asia presented the release of the TV project “EcoPractice”, which told about the consequences of climate change in…

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Is it possible to “resurrect” the Caspian tigers?
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Is it possible to “resurrect” the Caspian tigers?

Few have heard of the Caspian tiger – one of the largest cats in the world, living in vast territories from Turkey to Northern China, wandering along the…

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Premium fresh tomatoes all the year round
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Premium fresh tomatoes all the year round

Last Saturday, a new greenhouse for growing El Bandito tomatoes was opened in the Mary region. The Halal Dogan Individual Enterprise plans to receive 1,200 tons of crop…

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Jida – Healing Tree
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Jida – Healing Tree

Humanity uses in agriculture quite a few of the plant species available on Earth, but even among them there are truly amazing ones, such as, for example, jida.…

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Houbara Bustard and the possibilities of its breeding in Turkmenistan
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Houbara Bustard and the possibilities of its breeding in Turkmenistan

One of the rare species of migratory birds living in the desert and steppe regions is the houbara bustard or wobble. In many countries, including Turkmenistan, it is…

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A new continent is emerging in the Indian Ocean
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A new continent is emerging in the Indian Ocean

The formation of a new embryonic continent began in the southern Indian Ocean. This conclusion was made by French and Australian geologists following the study of the rocks’…

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Half of the world’s population breathe polluted air
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Half of the world’s population breathe polluted air

An analysis of the updated map of the Earth’s atmospheric pollution showed that approximately 50% of the world’s population is exposed to increasing air pollution with a very…

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