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RUSSIA-FOSSILS/DIVERS
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January 06, 2021
A diver walks on the ice-covered Tobol River in Kurgan, Russia January 3, 2021. Russian divers, together...
KURGAN, Russia
A diver walks on the ice-covered Tobol River in Kurgan
A diver walks on the ice-covered Tobol River in Kurgan, Russia January 3, 2021. Russian divers, together with scientists and palaeontology enthusiasts, explore the bed of the Tobol River in search of bones and teeth of extinct animals, including mammoths and sharks. Picture taken January 3, 2021. REUTERS/Alexey Malgavko
RUSSIA-FOSSILS/DIVERS
RTX8KLPP
January 06, 2021
Member of the Russian Geographical Society Vladislav Derbyshev pours warm water on the equipment of a...
KURGAN, Russia
A scientist pours warm water on the equipment of a diver who has just surfaced from the bottom of the...
Member of the Russian Geographical Society Vladislav Derbyshev pours warm water on the equipment of a diver who has just surfaced from the bottom of the Tobol River in Kurgan, Russia January 3, 2021. Russian divers, together with scientists and palaeontology enthusiasts, explore the bed of the Tobol River in search of bones and teeth of extinct animals, including mammoths and sharks. Picture taken January 3, 2021. REUTERS/Alexey Malgavko
RUSSIA-FOSSILS/DIVERS
RTX8KLPN
January 06, 2021
Fossilized bones lifted from the bottom of the Tobol River are pictured in Kurgan, Russia January 4,...
KURGAN, Russia
Fossilized bones lifted from the bottom of the Tobol River are pictured in Kurgan
Fossilized bones lifted from the bottom of the Tobol River are pictured in Kurgan, Russia January 4, 2021. Russian divers, together with scientists and palaeontology enthusiasts, explore the bed of the Tobol River in search of bones and teeth of extinct animals including, mammoths and sharks. Picture taken January 4, 2021. REUTERS/Alexey Malgavko
RUSSIA-FOSSILS/DIVERS
RTX8KLPO
January 06, 2021
Fossilized bones lifted from the bottom of the Tobol River and an image showing a skeleton of a tarpan,...
KURGAN, Russia
Fossilized bones lifted from the bottom of the Tobol River are pictured in Kurgan
Fossilized bones lifted from the bottom of the Tobol River and an image showing a skeleton of a tarpan, also known as Eurasian wild horse, are pictured in Kurgan, Russia January 3, 2021. Russian divers, together with scientists and palaeontology enthusiasts, explore the bed of the Tobol River in search of bones and teeth of extinct animals, including mammoths and sharks. Picture taken January 3, 2021. REUTERS/Alexey Malgavko
RUSSIA-FOSSILS/DIVERS
RTX8KLPM
January 06, 2021
Russian divers, together with scientists and palaeontology enthusiasts, explore the bed of the Tobol...
KURGAN, Russia
Russian divers, together with scientists and palaeontology enthusiasts, explore the bed of the Tobol...
Russian divers, together with scientists and palaeontology enthusiasts, explore the bed of the Tobol River in search of bones and teeth of extinct animals, including mammoths and sharks, in Kurgan, Russia January 3, 2021. Picture taken January 3, 2021. REUTERS/Alexey Malgavko
RUSSIA-FOSSILS/DIVERS
RTX8KLPJ
January 06, 2021
Diver Yaroslav Makarov surfaces after diving to the bottom of the Tobol River in Kurgan, Russia January...
KURGAN, Russia
Diver Yaroslav Makarov surfaces after diving to the bottom of the Tobol River in Kurgan
Diver Yaroslav Makarov surfaces after diving to the bottom of the Tobol River in Kurgan, Russia January 4, 2021. Russian divers, together with scientists and palaeontology enthusiasts, explore the bed of the Tobol River in search of bones and teeth of extinct animals, including mammoths and sharks. Picture taken January 4, 2021. REUTERS/Alexey Malgavko
RUSSIA-FOSSILS/DIVERS
RTX8KLP7
January 06, 2021
Diver Yaroslav Makarov lifts fossilized bones from the bottom of the Tobol River in Kurgan, Russia January...
KURGAN, Russia
Diver Yaroslav Makarov lifts fossilized bones from the bottom of the Tobol River in Kurgan
Diver Yaroslav Makarov lifts fossilized bones from the bottom of the Tobol River in Kurgan, Russia January 3, 2021. Russian divers, together with scientists and palaeontology enthusiasts, explore the bed of the Tobol River in search of bones and teeth of extinct animals, including mammoths and sharks. Picture taken January 3, 2021. REUTERS/Alexey Malgavko
RUSSIA-FOSSILS/DIVERS
RTX8KLP4
January 06, 2021
Diver Yaroslav Makarov lifts fossilized bones from the bottom of the Tobol River in Kurgan, Russia January...
KURGAN, Russia
Diver Yaroslav Makarov lifts fossilized bones from the bottom of the Tobol River in Kurgan
Diver Yaroslav Makarov lifts fossilized bones from the bottom of the Tobol River in Kurgan, Russia January 3, 2021. Russian divers, together with scientists and palaeontology enthusiasts, explore the bed of the Tobol River in search of bones and teeth of extinct animals, including mammoths and sharks. Picture taken January 3, 2021. REUTERS/Alexey Malgavko
RUSSIA-FOSSILS/DIVERS
RTX8KLP5
January 06, 2021
Russian divers, together with scientists and palaeontology enthusiasts, prepare ice holes on the frozen...
KURGAN, Russia
Russian divers, together with scientists and palaeontology enthusiasts, prepare ice holes on the frozen...
Russian divers, together with scientists and palaeontology enthusiasts, prepare ice holes on the frozen Tobol River, as they explore the bed of the river in search of bones and teeth of extinct animals, including mammoths and sharks, in Kurgan, Russia January 4, 2021. Picture taken January 4, 2021. REUTERS/Alexey Malgavko
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