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Maritime tigers released in the Amur taiga after rehabilitation

Maritime tigers released in the Amur taiga after rehabilitation
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Maritime tigers Pavlik and Elena were set free in Arkhara district of the Amur region. Animals have already been adapted and accustomed to a new place of residence, сообщает Management for the protection of objects of wildlife and their habitat of the Amur region.

In the taiga tigers brought in a special aviary with a remote-opening door. While animals are not in a hurry to leave the enclosure, but experts believe that they should not be rushed. Employees of the Department of Wildlife Conservation and specialists of the seaside center "Tiger" monitor the movement of tigers with the help of cameras installed on trees. After the tigers go to the taiga, their movements will be controlled with the help of collars.

While experts can not predict exactly where the tigers will go. Probably, they will remain living in the territory of the Khinga Reserve, go to the territory of the Jewish Autonomous Region, or divide. Scientists hope that if the animals move to the neighboring region, they will eventually form a stable population on the border with the Amur region and gradually settle down to their native southern region.

Previously, tigers Pavlik and Elena were captured and taken to a rehabilitation center in the village of Alekseyevka, Primorsky Territory, where they were treated for problems with the musculoskeletal system.