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Sip-Sin

Sip-Sin 


sip-sinSip-Sin covers 7,000 ha of the reserve's territory. This area includes wavy, sandy steppe with scattered birch and aspen trees, seasonal salt and scattered small lakes. Some pine groves can be found in its central area. This area resembles the forest-steppe lands of western Siberia.

 

 

 

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