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"Presidential" tigers mastered in the taiga
The Amur tigers, delivered to the Amur Region in May, remain at the Zhelundinsky Wildlife Refuge, where they were released as part of a conservation program for these rare animals with the participation of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
"On the first day in the wild, the tigers Borya, Kuzya and Ilona kept together, now they have gone in different directions. They are exploring the territory. To say how successfully they hunt, you need accurate data. Until they found the remains of Boris's meal, he successfully hunted a raccoon," - said the head of the special inspection of the Ministry of Natural Resources of Russia "Tiger" Vitaly Timchenko.
He also noted that the tigers have gone through a course of survival in the wild and they have all chances to become masters of the Amur forests.