The 600-year-old World Heritage Site has a mysterious history.
Seemingly harmless jello-like mounds throughout Siberia hide a pocket of methane that could explode at any time.
The gaping wide Batagaika crater continues to expand at an alarming rate, unearthing long-forgotten forests and stored greenhouse gases.
The hot jet stream is now accelerating with speeds between 40 and 45 kilometers per year which is three times faster than typical speeds of liquid in the outer core.
A rare event has taken place in Siberia last week. A huge fireball exploded across the night sky of the remote Republic of Khakassia, momentarily turning night into day.
A Russian supply spacecraft headed for the International Space Station (ISS) had malfunctioned after its launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on the morning of Thursday.
Is the clone wars coming? Genetically enhanced cloned police dogs are expected to take to the streets of Russia stronger, faster, and better.
As winter comes, Earth's climate is getting weirder reports show that North Pole's temperature is getting hotter by a dramatic 36 degrees while Siberia gets extremely cold weather -- all because of climate change.
Siberia has been known for its frigid temperatures especially during or near winter time. However, it is an interesting phenomenon to find natural snowballs on coasts along Russia. Locals are surprised to find giant spherical white objects along the shores of Russian beaches. Upon closer inspection, they found out that these small orbs of white are actually snowballs. The question of who and how these snowballs are made was a mystery until experts came in.
Nature has once again proved that it is the world's best builder as the unusual mix of perfect temperature, wind and tide rolled up some astonishing snowballs along an 11-mile stretch beach near the Gulf of Ob in Siberia.
The massive collection of perfectly round balls along the Gulf of Ob makes it seem giants are getting geared up for an epic snowball fight.
A tropical parrot bone has been discovered in Siberia, giving rise to the theory that these birds might have once populated even this icy region of Eurasia. Found in the Baikal region, the bone dates back to 16 and 18 million years ago.
Archaeologists in Siberia have found a child's 4,000-year-old toy at the location of a Bronze Age settlement.
There are little places as unforgiving as the Siberian wilderness with its freezing cold (save for the handful summer months), jagged terrain and sleeping predators. Unexpectedly, the Lykovs – a Russian Old Believer family who retreated from civilization to avoid persecution – survived this environment for 40 long years before they were discovered.