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National Park in Primorye threatened by fires
A fire regime was introduced in the territory of the Leopard Land National Park in the Primorsky Territory. Entrance to its territory, with the exception of visiting certain tourist routes, is prohibited. Employees patrol the forest every day in order to notice and eliminate the fire on time.
According to the joint directorate of the national park and the Kedrovaya Pad reserve, forest fires and bollards are one of the main reasons for the reduction in the habitats of tigers and leopards. Often, fire spreads uncontrollably from the territories of summer cottages and personal plots, the owners of which intend to set fire to dry grass.
In a specially protected area, mineralized bands were restored, which were washed away by rains. They limited the national park from areas with dead wood and can stop the spread of fire, or become a reference line in the elimination of fire. Inspectors were put on fire throughout the fire fighting equipment, and made additional fuel supplies.