|Exotica... Upon hearing the word some immediately think of Amazon jungles, others see endless Sahara sands, and yet others imagine climbing in Nepal and Tibet. For many foreigners Belarus is an unknown land. And yet there is no need to go to the arctic shores or to Siberia in order to see thousands of birds, deer, or wild boars. You can see them all here, in Belarus. All that is needed is knowledge of places and enough patience to take good photographs|
Animals of Belarusian money
Birds of Belarus.
A 21st Century Outlook Nikiforov M.Ye, Kozulin A.V., Grichik
Mustelids in Belarus: Evolutionary Ecology, Demography and Interspecific Relationships. V.E. Sidorovich. (In English and Russian).
The Catalogue of Flowering-Decorative Grassy Plants of Botanical Gardens of CIS and the Baltic States. E.S.Galperin (In Russian).
Amphibia. Reptiles. Encyclopaedic Directory. Editor: Prof. Mikhail M. Pikulik (In Belarusian).
The National Report "Chernobyl Accident: Consequences and Their Overcoming" (In Russian).
The Ecology of the Chernobyl Catastrophe.Vladimir K. Savchenko (In Russian).
The Underground Waters of Belarus. Kudelskii A.V., Pashkevich V.I., Yasoveyev M.G. (In Russian).
The Formation of Biochemical Structure of Cowberries in Belarus. Rupasova Zh.A., Sidorovich Ye.A., Ignatenko V.A., Rudakovskaya R.N. (In Russian).
The Plants and Ecology. Svetlana A. Sergeichik (In Russian).
The ecological, medical-biological and social-economic consequences of accident on the Chernobyl NPP in Belarus. Editors: Yevgenii F. Konoplya, Igor V. Rolevich (In Russian).
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