Nature of Belarus

Чэрап маманта / Череп мамонта / кадр з відэа МНС

Mammoth skull / Screenshot from EMERCOM video 

Divers found them in the Besiadz River.

Griffon vulture (Gyps fulvus) in Viciebsk Region, northern Belarus
Griffon vulture (Gyps fulvus) in Viciebsk Region, northern Belarus

Belarusians could only watch a griffon vulture in a zoo or in cartoons in the past.

"Belarus is supplied for more than 100 years" / planetabelarus.by
"Belarus is supplied for more than 100 years" / planetabelarus.by

"Belarus has enough potash and rock salt, dolomite, clay and sand for more than 100 years."

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Belarus cannot release water from the Vilejka reservoir which supplies water to almost a third of Minsk residents.

Euroradio
Euroradio

Birch-tree sap harvesting is in high season in Belarus as foresters and wage workers rush rush to make a quick money.

A forest wildcat in Belarus' Chernobyl exclusion zone.
A forest wildcat in Belarus' Chernobyl exclusion zone.

A forest wildcat was photographed in the village of Rozava situated deep in the Chernobyl exclusion zone.

Frogs crossing a road. Photo: animalworld.com.ua
Frogs crossing a road. Photo: animalworld.com.ua

A passageway for frogs will appear on 197th kilometer of the M6 Minsk-Hrodna highway currently under reconstruction.

Belarus enhances monitoring of radiation levels but says the situation is normal after the blast at Flamanville in France.

The lane will be created on May 12.