Ergaki - The national park, founded in 2005, stretches some 75 kilometres from north to south in the Western Sayan and is well-known in Russia.
Source:  Green Landscapes 

Ergaki - The national park, founded in 2005, stretches some 75 kilometres from north to south in the Western Sayan and is well-known in Russia.

Source:  Green Landscapes 

Last of the Yoik in Saami Forests 
HH:  He is walking history - Existing in that harsh environment before the government existed, living off the forest and reindeer. (Lapland)

Last of the Yoik in Saami Forests 

HH:  He is walking history - Existing in that harsh environment before the government existed, living off the forest and reindeer. (Lapland)

Meet the Black Dragon Fish (Idiacanthus atlanticus).

As one of the most well known inhabitants of the deep sea, dragonfish became easily recognizable with its protruded jaw and giant, fang-like teeth. It can be found as deep as 5.000 ft (1.500 m) and despite the dreaded look, is not much of a threat to humans. With a size of mere 6 inches (15 cm), it can hardly harm larger animals, but nevertheless, fangtooth is a fierce hunter. It has to be in order to survive, as the environment it inhabits is harsh to say the least, with little or no food.
Source:  http://www.sciencedump.com/content/fish-looks-exactly-creature-alien
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Meet the Black Dragon Fish (Idiacanthus atlanticus).

As one of the most well known inhabitants of the deep sea, dragonfish became easily recognizable with its protruded jaw and giant, fang-like teeth. It can be found as deep as 5.000 ft (1.500 m) and despite the dreaded look, is not much of a threat to humans. With a size of mere 6 inches (15 cm), it can hardly harm larger animals, but nevertheless, fangtooth is a fierce hunter. It has to be in order to survive, as the environment it inhabits is harsh to say the least, with little or no food.
Source:  http://www.sciencedump.com/content/fish-looks-exactly-creature-alien
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Meet the Black Dragon Fish (Idiacanthus atlanticus).

As one of the most well known inhabitants of the deep sea, dragonfish became easily recognizable with its protruded jaw and giant, fang-like teeth. It can be found as deep as 5.000 ft (1.500 m) and despite the dreaded look, is not much of a threat to humans. With a size of mere 6 inches (15 cm), it can hardly harm larger animals, but nevertheless, fangtooth is a fierce hunter. It has to be in order to survive, as the environment it inhabits is harsh to say the least, with little or no food.

Source:  http://www.sciencedump.com/content/fish-looks-exactly-creature-alien

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