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There are wolves, foxes, otters, badgers, ermine, wild boars, and many rodents.The deep forests harbour elk, stags, deer, beavers, mink, and water rats.Yiddish is commonly spoken by members of the tiny remaining Jewish community in Lithuania.Lithuania was the last pagan country in Europe, accepting Roman Catholicism in the late 14th century.Lithuanian vegetation falls into three separate regions.
Wildlife is very diverse and includes numerous mammalian species.
Baltic Sea influences dominate a comparatively narrow coastal zone.
The mean temperature for January, the coldest month, is in the low 20s F (about −5 °C), while July, the warmest month, has an average temperature in the 60s F (about 17 °C).
The boggy regions produce large quantities of peat that, dried by air, is used in both industry and agriculture. In the northwest the soil is either loamy or sandy (and sometimes marshy) and is quite heavily podzolized, or leached out.
In the central region, weakly podzolized loamy peats predominate, and it is there that the most fertile, and hence most cultivated, soils are found.