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Tigers released in the Amur region, settle down and successfully hunt
The tigers Pavlik and Elena, released into the taiga of the Amur region, have successfully adapted to the environment. Predators successfully hunt roe deer and wild boar, which angered them while the tigers were in the aviary. About it сообщает Center "Amur Tiger".
At the moment, tigers do not move far from the place of release, which allows specialists to observe them by analyzing data from GPS collars. “There is a very high density of wild boar in this area, which the predators have estimated, as well as suitable conditions for climate and landscape. The release itself was also organized correctly, the tigers almost did not experience stress. When the boars begin to move, the predators will go after them. They don’t have such a need yet, ”said Valery Pogasienko, head of the department for the protection of wildlife management in the Amur Region, Valery Pogasienko.
Seaside tigers Pavlik and Elena released in Arkharinsky district of the Amur region 15 May 2019. The animals were delivered to the taiga after undergoing rehabilitation at the medical center in the village of Alekseyevka, Primorsky Krai, where they were treated for problems with the musculoskeletal system.