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A Tigress Comes Out Of The Woods In Russia…Why?

A Tigress Comes Out Of The Woods In Russia...Why?

The rare predator was caught after weeks of wandering into a village in Russian Far East.

The young Amur tigress was seen walking close to houses and resting for long hours in back yards of Gornovodnoye village in Primorsky district, and on a side of a motorway. 

The big cat showed no aggression, and no pets or livestock were missing, but the tiger’s presence around humans for nearly three weeks was unnerving for the residents and signalled serious health issues with the animal. The endangered animal was also an easy target for poachers…

To read more visit The Siberian Times.

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