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Wild cat Transbaikalia was in the favorites of passengers of the metro

Wild cat Transbaikalia was in the favorites of passengers of the metro
Photo: organizing committee of the Days of the Far East in Moscow

Passengers of the Moscow metro are discussing in social networks a wild cat, the Pallas cat from Transbaikalia. The beast flaunts on the wall of one of the branded cars of the Far Eastern Express, which runs along the roundabout. In addition to him, the Muscovites' favorites included a leopard from a carriage of the Primorsky Territory, a tiger from a carriage of the Amur Region and a snow leopard from a carriage of Buryatia.

In the two weeks following, the Far Eastern train transported 238 thousand people. The most popular wagons of Transbaikalia and Buryatia, as they are in the middle of the train. Passengers are invited to go to the front cars of Kamchatka and Primorye, where, firstly, there is always free space, and secondly, you can take a photo with a husky team or with a Far Eastern leopard on the way to work.

In a carriage dedicated to Chukotka, you can meet the owner of the Arctic - a polar bear, see whales, walruses, bird markets, learn in detail about the traditions of reindeer husbandry. The illustrations on the walls tell about the unique intersection of the 180 meridian and the Arctic Circle, where, according to the international agreement, a new day begins.

On the metro subway "Far Eastern Express" runs already the third year. Each of his 11 wagons tells about one of the regions of the Far Eastern Federal District. Passengers on the way can participate in quizzes and win prizes, including a trip to the Far East on an all-inclusive system.

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