10 Russian Siberian Tigers In the Safari Park

Russian Siberian Tigers In the Safari Park

Posted on December 27, 2012 by team

 In the safari park of the Primorye, Far East of Russia, specially before New Year there was opened a park of tigers. It represents a forest area which is as big as a football field. Two nine months old tiger cubs are living there now.

The sign reads: “Safari Park – animals in the forest area”.

Deer and wild boars do not like to have such neighbours. But the tigers like the park they live at. They do not hurry to come back to the enclosures.


More stories:

Click here to read next random post from English Russia

10 Responses to “Russian Siberian Tigers In the Safari Park”

  1. Nobody says:

    I wonder how many of these animals will survive the Putinist regime.

  2. persekepp says:

    sibulatel on loomad kah näost hälvikud!

  3. Richard S. says:

    Start taking action against poachers in Russia…

  4. Rachael says:

    Such Beautiful creatures!!….OMG!

  5. Alper says:

    Wow, thanks a lot for the amazing pictures! I really like tigers, they are so majestic looking and cute, but I wouldn’t want to come face to face with them in the wild! I’d shit my pants!

Leave a Reply

  • Random Post