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The article shows the increase in natural and artificial biotopes in the Amudarya agro-landscape ecosystem in 2014-2019. At the end of the reproductive process, the total seasonal result averaged 15.8% of the number of pregnancies, 4.05% of the number of embryos, and 36.3% of the number of young. These figures do not differ much from the years before the Aral Sea ecological crisis. In general, the middaygerbilis said to be a species that lives in one place.
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