Real! - The Saiga is a critically endangered antelope which originally inhabited a vast area of the Eurasian steppe zone from the foothills of the Carpathian Mountains and Caucasus into Dzungaria and Mongolia. The saiga is recognizable by an extremely unusual, over-sized, flexible nose structure, the proboscis.

The saiga antelope is a critically endangered antelope that originally inhabited a vast area of the Eurasian steppe zone. The saiga is recognizable by an extremely unusual, over-sized, flexible nose structure, the proboscis.

The Saiga (aka Mongolian Saiga antelope) is a very distinctive looking antelope, with a large, proboscis-like nose that hangs down over its mouth. Saigas currently live in the Rostov Steppe, Russia. They once inhabited a vast area of the Eurasian Steppe Zone from the Foothills of the Carpathians and Caucasus into Dzungaria and Mongolia. It is now critically endangered, on the verge of extinction.

"The Saiga.) On the verge of extinction: Commonly known as "Saiga, Mongolian Saiga" & "Saiga Antelope." Saiga tatarica, (Bovidae) is a very distinctive looking antelope; with a large, proboscis-like nose which hangs down over its mouth.

Home on the Mongolian Steppe.                                                  Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Home on the Mongolian Steppe. The Eurasian Steppe has been home to nomadic empires and many large tribal confederations and ancient states throughout history.

The Eerie Balbal Statues of the Eurasian Steppe | Ancient Origins

Ancient nomads are virtually invisible in the archaeological record, as they left few traces of their lifestyle behind. Unlike sedentary populations, nomads did not have permanent structures, nor did

The Saiga Antelope

Quand les rôles s'inversent... L'homme envahit le monde des Aliens !

The Saiga Antelope - spread around the Eurasian steppe, is known for its an extremely unusual, over-sized, flexible nose structure.

The Scythians built monumental grave mounds, or kurgans, all across the Eurasian steppe, an expanse that they dominated for most of the first millennium B.C. The gold artifacts were buried under this 12-foot-high hilltop kurgan, known to archaeologists as Sengileevskoe-2.

The Scythians built monumental grave mounds, or kurgans, all across the Eurasian steppe, an expanse that they dominated for most of the first millennium B. The gold artifacts were buried under this hilltop kurgan, known to archaeologists as

EURASIAN BADGERS....aka the sand badger or the brock....found in open deciduous woodlands, coniferous woodlands, mixed woodlands, adjacent pastures, scrub, steppe from Europe and east into the southern portion of Russia through Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Korea and China....measure 22–35 inches long with a tail of 4.75 to 8 inches.....live in family groups known as clans.....very fussy over the cleanliness of their burrow

EURASIAN BADGERS....aka the sand badger or the brock....found in open deciduous woodlands, coniferous woodlands, mixed woodlands, adjacent pastures, scrub, steppe from Europe and east into the southern portion of Russia through Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Korea and China....measure 22–35 inches long with a tail of 4.75 to 8 inches.....live in family groups known as clans.....very fussy over the cleanliness of their burrow

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