Unique archeological and paleontological sites face destruction from gangs seeking to raid and sell prehistoric remains.
Ancient items of jewellery found by archeologists on Taymyr peninsula are stone labrets which were inserted into the face below the bottom lip.
Siberian mammoth graveyards provoke a new theory on why the creatures were wiped out, and how dogs were domesticated.
Ceremonial suit was embellished with decorations and left as a sacrifice for the gods by ancient bear cult polar people, say archeologists.
2,400 year old Ust-Taseyevsky idol 'underwent racial realignment early in Middle Ages', losing his European looks.
The find, as old as Christ, is the latest treasure from the sacred and mysterious site of Ust-Polui in Salekhard, say experts.
First pictures of 'unique' Bronze Age warlord's full battle dress may be a 'war trophy'.
Archeological evidence from the Altai region makes clear the arrival of Homo erectus from Africa can be dated at between 800,000 and one million years ago.