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Paleobotanical finds of Chukotka attracted special interest at the festival of the Russian Geographical Society

The paleobotanical finds of the Chukotka Autonomous Region, represented by a separate exhibition at the first festival of the Russian Geographical Society in Moscow, aroused particular interest among the visitors of the event. This is reported by the press service of the administration of the JSC with reference to the expert expert of the physical education department of the Committee for Sport and Tourism of Chukotka, Natalia Belokoneva.

“For about 10 years, a graduate of the general education center of the village of Ugolny Kopi, and now a graduate student of St. Petersburg State University, Alexander Grabovsky has been conducting research, organizing expeditions to study the paleobotanical heritage of the region. His work presents an amazing picture of fossil plant remains found in Chukotka, ”said Natalya Belokoneva.

The festival of the Russian Geographical Society was held for the first time in almost 170-year history of the organization's existence. The main venue of the event was the Central House of the Artist of Moscow. The main objective of the festival was to demonstrate all the facets of the Company's activities, whose branches work in 85 constituent entities of the Russian Federation and are engaged in projects dedicated to the preservation of the country's natural and cultural heritage. The festival was held from 31 October on 6 November. According to the organizers, over a week it was visited by more than 60 thousand people.
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