Number of livestock reach almost 56 million heads

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The National Statistics Office of Mongolia has released the preliminary result of the 2015 livestock census. According to the report Mongolian has 55 million 957.6 thousand heads of the livestock. Including horses 3.249.4 thousand, cattle 3.779.5 thousand, 367.9 thousand, sheep 24.933.4 thousand, and goats 23.582.2 thousand.  

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Two-humped Bactrian camel- Mongol temee-Ship of Gobi

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Two-humped Bactrian camel was domesticated by 2500 BC and continues to be of great importance in the lives of the nomadic herders of Mongolia, especially in the arid Gobi region. Mongolia is one of the nations in the world that is home of two-humped Bactrian camel. It is the most important animal to transportation and […]

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Mongolia announces its national flower of pride

Baavar tsetseg, Ber tsetseg

Ber tsetseg , Scabiosa Delphinium grandiflorum or Butterfly Blue This flower is spread across all over and long-exist during the summer months as well as nectar rich and attract a variety of insects including moths and butterflies, moreover the flower is able being cultivated in the garden that require less maintenance.

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Dinosaur fossils of Mongolia  

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Now Mongolia is one of the few countries in the world rich dinosaur fossils and the third country with its reserve of dinosaur fossils. Mongolian Gobi discovered by Roy Chapman Andrew in 1920 ies. Roy Chapman Andrew (1884-1960) was an American explorer, adventurer, anthropologist and later director of the American Museum of Natural History. Between 1922 […]

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Rock painting in Western Mongolia

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The Tsagaan salaa and related Baga Oigor rock paintings consist of about 10,000 figures on the anti-sunrise side of mountain rocks covering an area of 15 square km. The Tsagaan salaa and Baga Oigor rock paintings date back to the Neolithic period (6000-3000 B.C) and the Brouze age (3000-1000 B.C). The principal subject matter represented […]

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Baavar tsetseg, Ber tsetseg

Ber tsetseg , Scabiosa Delphinium grandiflorum or Butterfly Blue This flower is spread across all over and long-exist during the summer months as well as nectar rich and attract a variety of insects including moths and butterflies, moreover the flower is able being cultivated in the garden that require less maintenance.

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