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3 Russian Park of Amur Tigers

Russian Park of Amur Tigers

Posted on February 10, 2014 by team


An ill and exhausted wild tiger has recently been brought from the Amur region of Russia to the safari park of Primorye where local vets will take care of the animal. Ecologists hope that it will recover soon and become a potential partner for a tigress Taiga that is living in the park as well.

The adult tiger was found in a poor condition, with life-threatening injuries. It had been crawling from people only on his front limbs, the rear ones were motionless. It was decided to send it to the Primorye region whose vets have more experience to cure tigers.

On the picture above is Taiga, a tigress from the park, 1 year 10 months old.

Tiger named Amur, 1 year 10 months old. It is brother of Taiga.

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3 Responses to “Russian Park of Amur Tigers”

  1. Spoon says:

    Stunning animals, so much more should be done to protect them.
    Anyone who harm’s these animals is a real asshole.

  2. George Johnson says:

    One of the worlds most beautiful animals, and I can’t see why we haven’t protected them better.
    But sadly, some ethnic people (who shall remain nameless but live very close to Russia) will gladly kill the last one of a species because some old guy thinks it’ll make his dick hard.
    Then ask “Ok, no more tigers, no more rhino’s, what’s next on the list!” and then start killing all of those. It’s like they’re not even THINKING “wow, this is the last ten, we better stop killing them or there won’t be any more” They would rather kill those last ten, and go on to something else.
    Pure insanity.

  3. Jean says:

    As Chinese people think they can ROB Russia from their Tigers, or whatever else then thats wrong thinking. Let them copy and work then WE take care of the rest including this Beautiful animal.

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