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.
The cameraman is being attacked!
The safari-park has been existing since 2007. Though it was initially used for hoofed mammals only.
These red wolves are the very ones described by Rudyard Kipling in his “Maugli”.
These Far Eastern cats are almost like pets.
In addition to the wolves and their preys, the park can boast with a fox Alice, two raccoon dogs, two Himalayan bears, the Far Eastern forest cat and wild birds.
It’s so surprised to see journalists!
There are fifteen special of wild birds in the park.
It is highly worth visiting!