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Not cold enough in Russia: Airboats brave ice drifts to cross river in Far East (VIDEO)

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People in the Russian Far East are “suffering” from unusually warm weather for this time of year. Rivers in the federal district have not completely frozen up yet, so the only way to cross the Lena River is to board special airboats and enjoy the ride. Read Full Article at RT.com
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