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Almost poached to extinction, these pictures highlight the way the endangered species is recovering thanks to Russian preservation measures.
A camera trap close to the lair of a Siberian tigress has given an unprecedented glimpse at the behaviour of the world’s largest cats in infancy in the wild.
The cubs romped and played together and with their mother in the snow in the Land of the Leopard nature reserve, a park dedicated to the survival and protection of both Amur leopards and tigers. Experts say the endearing cubs are around six to eight weeks old, when relatively little is known about the species’ behaviour…
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