PBS - Kamchatka - Siberia's Forbidden Wilderness
Kamchatka is a peninsula in Siberia created by volcanoes and is part of what is known as the "Ring of Fire" that makes up the Kuril-Kamchatka island arc.
The area contains 68 volcanoes. The brown bear is the most well-known animal inhabitant of the area. They often bathe in the hot springs. Other animals in the region include Steller's sea eagles, the northern fur seal, the Russian arctic fox, and the tufted puffin.
This screen saver features the bears in their everyday activities.
Information at the home page details the history of and ongoing development of this region and the people who live there.
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