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The worker of a private farm put cut off antlers of a deer into the high temperature drying room in the Altai (eastern Siberia) village of Mendur-Sokon, Russia, 29 July 2001. Local population traditionally sell pants (the young, just grown antlers of a deer) to farmacilogical factories, which produce extremely effective biological active medicine Pantacrin with high tonic effect. The antlers are sold by local people for about $150 per kilo, which cost up to $500 on Asian markets..
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