An abandoned panther from a traveling zoo has been adopted by a woman and her pet rottweiler in Siberia.
Scientists are still investigating exactly what flattened part of the Siberian wilderness back in 1908.
One of Putin's longest-serving regional leaders has admitted to using a fake Yeti to attract tourists.
One daring photographer recorded himself skating over thin ice - quite literally - on the surface of Lake Baikal.
Scientists in Russia have painstakingly reconstructed the face of a Scythian king found in a tomb in East Siberia.
A phenomenon that made headlines back in 2014 has resurfaced in the form of a new 164-foot crater in Siberia.
Scientists are trying to determine how it was possible to grow seeds that were tens of thousands of years old.
A Russian drone photographer has captured aerial images of a particularly unique pine tree formation.
Thanks to a weakening of the Earth's magnetic field, the magnetic north pole is moving away from Canada.
The incredibly well-preserved remains of a prehistoric canine have been recovered from the permafrost.
A gas explosion caused a fire on Monday at the Vector Institute biological research facility in Siberia.
A belt buckle exhibiting a surprisingly familiar shape has been discovered at a dig site in southern Siberia.
The unexpected find represents the first ever evidence of Denisovans outside of Denisova Cave in Siberia.
Scientists in Siberia have succeeded in retrieving blood from the well-preserved remains of an extinct horse.
Russia has seen more than its fair share of space rocks exploding in the Earth's atmosphere in recent months.
Residents of the Kemerovo region of Siberia have been uploading images and videos of the phenomenon.
Our planet's magnetic north pole is reportedly moving towards Siberia at a rate of 34 miles per year.
The spectacular phenomenon was captured on film over the Russian city of Novosibirsk in Western Siberia.
15-year-old Svetlana Evai was found alive in a 'grave' condition after wandering alone for over two weeks.
The skeletons, which include a one-year-old baby, were discovered by builders in Siberia 15 years ago.