This museum is an open-air department of the Museum of Archeology and Ethnography, located 4 km away from Academgorodok, in a beautiful place surrounded by hills. Since then the museum has been attracting a lot of interested visitors. Normally a visit should be booked and is only possible in a group, but we visited it without a booking, while we were riding bicycles there. Initially the museum was made up by several objects collected by Okladnikov himself, including samples of arts and crafts of ancient Siberian peoples.The shoulders had two powerful humps of solid muscle from the withers back, and longer hind legs than todays bison (but similar to the only other living species of bison; , were creatures well suited to the cool steppe grasslands from 2 million years ago to their eventual extinction about 10,000 years ago.They were found across Europe and Eurasia, from where they crossed the Beringia land-bridge and lolloped across the grasslands of North America with equally large Pleistocene creatures such as mammoths and mastodons.The best idea, in my view, is to rent a bicycle in Academgorodok and have a nice ride. This genera is commonly isolated from cold environments, including soil, sea-ice , and the skin and gills of fish .273-4 is a small, non-motile coccoid rod often found in pairs. This strain was selected for sequencing based on its excellent survival after exposure to a long-term freeze, rapid growth at low temperatures and age of the permafrost sediment from which it was cultured.
A comparison of the data thus obtained with published complete sequences has resulted in the most parsimonious phylogenetic structure of mt DNA evolution in Siberia-Beringia.
It has also been associated with food spoilage and is often resistant to irradiation used for food preservation .
Psychrobacters have also been identified from a variety of human sources.
Okladnikov with a goal to protect some unique architectural monuments from destruction.
Together with that the researchers were collecting exhibits for the museum in different areas of Siberia and of the Far East.
Other exhibits include the remains of the stockaded town, a windmill, a wooden house, all found in different Siberian areas, and some stone monuments from Altai and Mongolia.