Two healthy cubs – a male and a female – were pictured running along forest paths and following their mother at the Bolshekhekhtsirsky Nature Reserve.
Last time one of the world’s rarest big cats lived in this area of Khabarovsk region was in 2007.
Several years ago a young Amur tigress was first noticed in the area, and recently the team of the reserve was overjoyed to receive proof that she delivered two cubs…
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