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Putin will release to the will of the Amur tigers
Russian President Vladimir Putin will take part in the release of the rescued Amur tigers in the Zhelundinsky reserve (Amur region), the Kremlin press service reported.
"The president will visit the natural zoo reserve Zhelundinsky, where the rescue of Amur tigers will take place," the report said.
The will of animals will be released in special collars, through which it will be possible to track the movement of animals. Tigers will live with these devices for a year. This is what will be required for their acclimatization. Then the collars will be removed.
This will not be the first personal meeting of the Russian president with dangerous predators: in February, Putin fearlessly visited a leopard in a cage at the Center for breeding and rehabilitation of the Persian Asian leopard in Sochi.
The Amur tiger is listed in the International Red Book, hunting for it is completely banned. In the Primorsky and Khabarovsk Territories, according to the latest census, there are about 500 specimens of the Red Book predator.