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Picture of the Entrance of the Ice Cave where the Woolly Mammoth is kept in Khatanga, Siberia.

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This is a picture of the ice cave entrance where the Woolly Mammoth is kept under the city of Khatanga, Siberia.  The Russian Man is shoveling snow so we could open the door.
   North Pole 2002

This is a picture of the Entrance of the Ice Cave in Khatanga Siberia where the Woolly Mammoth is kept.

It takes a bit of work just to see the Woolly Mammoth. The Russian man had to shovel the snow from the entrance just to open the door to the Ice Cave.

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Once we got to the entrance of the ice cave in Khatanga, the Russian man had to do a lot of work shoveling the snow just so we could get the doors of the ice cave open.  You wouldn't think that a cave would have doors, but this one did.  Actually what so many people and television programs call a cave really isn't a cave at all, it's a tunnel built under the city of Khatanga in the Northern part of central Siberia. 

The spring was hitting and the snows were pretty deep around the city.  I didn't measure the temperatures, but the nip on my face was indicating that it was about fifteen degrees below zero Fahrenheit.  I just wish I would have brought my thermometer with me so I could actually measure the temperature drop.


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