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Crossing Baikal

Amateur fishermen catch Omul fish -- a relative of the salmon -- through a hole in the ice in the frozen Lake Baikal in Siberia, Russia. .Baikal, the world's largest lake by volume, contains one-fifth of the earth's fresh water and plunges to a depth of 1,637 metres..The lake is frozen from November to April, allowing people to cross by cars and lorries.
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Trekking across frozen Lake Baikal in Siberia
Amateur fishermen catch Omul fish -- a relative of the salmon -- through a hole in the ice in the frozen Lake Baikal in Siberia, Russia. .Baikal, the world's largest lake by volume, contains one-fifth of the earth's fresh water and plunges to a depth of 1,637 metres..The lake is frozen from November to April, allowing people to cross by cars and lorries.

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From gallery: Crossing Baikal
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Date: 24 Mar 2008
Location: Baikal siberia Russia
Credit: Justin Jin
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