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A Russian family was isolated for more than 40 years, completely unaware of WW2


The Siberian taiga is one of the most isolated places in the world. It is also one of the most difficult terrains to travel through and it’s nearly impossible to live there. The short summers and long winters of very cold weather discourage human habitation.

The Siberian taiga is the largest of Earth’s nearly uninhabited wilderness. The area of 5.1 million square miles covers around 10% of Earth’s land surface. The Siberian taiga is a home of bears and foxes during the day and there are also wolves that hunt during the night.

The average temperature is negative five degrees Celsius and summers do not last long. During the winter of 1933, it recorded a temperature of negative 67.7 degrees Celsius.

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