The Far East includes several administrative divisions of Eurasia. The territory according to natural resources is divided into southern and northern, where there are some differences. So, in the south, minerals are mined, and in the north there are deposits of the most unique resources not only in the country, but also in the world.
The territory of the Far East is rich in diamonds, tin, boron and gold. These are the main valuable resources of the region, which are mined here, and are part of the national wealth. There are also deposits of fluorspar, tungsten, antimony and mercury, some ores, such as titanium. Coal is mined in the South Yakutsk basin, as well as in some other areas.
A rather large territory of the Far East region is covered with forests, and wood is the most valuable commodity here. Coniferous species grow in the south, and they are considered the most valuable species. Larch forests grow in the north. The Ussuri taiga is rich in Amur velvet, Manchurian walnut, valuable breeds not only across the country, but throughout the world.
Due to the wealth of forest resources in the Far East, there were at least 30 woodworking enterprises, but now the timber industry in the region has significantly decreased. There is a significant problem of unauthorized deforestation here. Quite a lot of valuable wood is sold both within the state and abroad.
The Far East is washed by the following seas:
The region is also washed by the Pacific Ocean. The continental part has such water arteries as the Amur and Lena rivers flowing through this territory. There are also many small lakes of various origins.
The Far East is a world of amazing nature. Lemongrass and ginseng, weigela and lactiflora peony, zamaniha and aconite grow here.
Far Eastern leopards, Amur tigers, polar bears, musk deer, Amur goral, mandarin ducks, Siberian cranes, Far Eastern storks and fish owls live on the territory.
Far Eastern leopard
Far Eastern stork
The natural resources of the Far Eastern Territory are rich in various resources. Everything is valuable here: from mineral resources to trees, animals and the ocean. That is why nature here must be protected from anthropogenic activities and rationally use all the benefits.
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