Altay Mountains

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a mountain range in central Asia that extends a thousand miles from Kazakhstan eastward into western Mongolia and northern China

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In the eastern Kazakhstan Altai Mountain region, there exist many polymetallic massive sulphide deposits containing lead, zinc, copper and some gold.
The skull, found preserved in a cave in the Altai Mountains of Siberia, together with equally ancient dog remains from a cave in Belgium, indicates that domestication of dogs may have occurred repeatedly in different geographic locations rather than with a single domestication event.
Horse headdress, late 4th-early 3rd century BC, Pazyryk 2 burial mound, Altai Mountains, southern Siberia, felt, leather, wood, gold foil, htc.
This means riding on horseback for days out in the untamed Altai Mountains, eagle perched on one arm, and exposed to punishing temperatures of minus 20 degrees Fahrenheit.
Set in Mongolia, the 90-second advert features Patrick battling through the Altai Mountains to deliver a box of Milk Tray to an exotic yurt, a round tent used by nomads in Central Asia.
Then, against the backdrop of the Altai mountains, he parachutes down, lands beside a group of tribesmen raging fire, starts a stampede of horses and jumps on a passing stallion.
Discovered in Mongolia's Altai Mountains, the exceptionally well-preserved mummy, believed to have been a commoner, was buried with her earthly possessions -- including a pair of shoes that bear more than a passing resemblance to Adidas sneakers.
Somewhere in spectacular snowcapped Altai Mountains of western Mongolia there is a mysterious object that people are willing to kill for.
Altai Mountains and Wetlands (AMWL) in XUAR is internationally recognized for its extraordinary landscapes, traditional cultures and livelihoods, and unique biodiversity.
NEW YORK -- Evalar says that it cultivates more than 30 varieties of herbs in the pristine Altai Mountains, a biodiverse and sparsely populated region in southern Siberia, for use in its dietary supplements that are reliably pure, gluten-free, non-GMO and natural.
The Ob and the Irtysh rivers begin in the Altai Mountains, along Russia's border with Mongolia, and flow northwest toward the Arctic Ocean.
In the Altai Mountains of western Mongolia, small groups of ethnic Kazakh nomadic herders exist in a world far removed from the modern one we know today.
There are also fewer golden eagles in the Altai Mountains.
Ash Dykes, 24, walked into the record books in 2014 after spending 78 days alone crossing 1,500 miles of the unforgiving land of the high Altai Mountains, scorching Gobi Desert and the seemingly-endless Mongolian Steppe.
Saussurea species from the Altai Mountains and adjacent area, and their flavonoid diversity.