Latest Updates from Tiger Rehabilitation Centre

25.10.2013

We are glad to inform everyone who are deeply concerned about five orphaned tiger cubs that are kept at the Rehabilitation Centre for Tigers and Other Rare Species in Alekseevka village, Primorsky krai that the young predators are quite well. We would like to share with you the recent images of cubs captured by remote wildlife viewing cameras installed in the enclosures.

Remember that minimized interactions between tigers and people contributes greatly to the success of rehabilitation process and release into the wild. Given that, tiger specialists are monitoring the behaviour of the tiger cubs with remote cameras.

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We are grateful to everyone who supports the Rehabilitation Centre for Tigers and Other Rare Species!

Photo credits: Petr Sonin and Katerina Blidchenko/ A.N. Severtsov Institute of Ecology and Evolution of the Russian Academy of Sciences/ Inspection Tiger

Images of Kuzya and Boris

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Images of tiger Ustin

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Images of Ilona and Svetlaya

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9 thoughts on “Latest Updates from Tiger Rehabilitation Centre

  1. In such cases is also involved in wildlife rehabilitation centre “Утес” (created by Kruglov) , which is best known for operation on JAWS Zhorik. It was to be hoped that the concern about these tigers will not be in vain and they would not receive the poachers. Thank you to everyone who is saving these unique animals.

  2. It’s really wonderful and great to see armur tigers living back in the wild and getting brighter.
    Amazing photos of the tigers and tigresses. Thank you so much Phoenix Fund and all the People who stands behind. Also the peoples who supporter you!!

  3. This is great news! I am hoping these cubs will be able to be returned to the wild, and the images are so wonderful. Thank you so much for sharing and all you do.

  4. Fantastic job guys, I’m too happy for this amazing animals that need and deserve all the protection that is possible! Thanks for all you do, we need more of this great news!

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