The Lena Delta Wildlife Reserve in Siberia, Russia
Lena Delta Wildlife Reserve Russia
At five,530 rectangular miles, the Lena Reserve is one of the biggest covered lands in Russia. This is a fake-shade picture of the big Lena River basin, taken by the Landsat 7 satellite. The colorations were created by means of capturing infrared, shortwave infrared, and red wavelengthsthe mixture of mild waves enhances the view of diverse topographical capabilities. The Lena Delta Wildlife Reserve is home to severa critical fowl species, and diverse terrestrial wildlife adapted to the rugged Siberian desert.