Kamchatka – vast expanses of nature untouched by civilization. It is a land of brown bears, volcanoes and cold.
Kamchatka Peninsula, an area of 270 thousand sq. km, is located on the territory of Russia in the north-eastern part of Eurasia.
The local climate is harsh; Its main feature is the strong winds, storms, heavy rainfall and rapid variability of weather, followed by a cold snap or warming. Snowy winter reigns here from 5 to 7 months.
One of the major natural wonders of Kamchatka is salmon.
In the fresh waters of the local rivers he is born, after getting stronger it swims in the ocean and in four years exactly it returns against the tide in order to leave offspring and die.
It is also worth noting that the survival of bears depends on this phenomenon.
The existence of these majestic animals is directly related to fish populations.
When a bear is awake, he must eat 50 fishes every day.