|Location||Cocoa Beach, Brevard County|
|Species||White shark, 4.5 m|
|Investigator or Source||Florida Today, 9/16/2012|
jasoncrawford on 2018-03-25:
Part of it is that during the soviet years the government engaged in a very great effort to move populations around and to lavender scented soap local populations who may not have spoken Russian at all with ethnic Russians. So in places where you can have very distinctive accents from one village to the next, you usually have the people in those villages living there for many generations with few enough outsiders moving in to change the language and with many places in Russia and the former USSR the people who live there have lived there for only a relatively short time while mass communication like radio and TV was already a thing, not enough time and isolation to develop distinctive accents.