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Three Amur tigers, released by Vladimir Putin from the reserve, settled in the taiga
Three Amur tigers left the Zhelundinsky nature reserve, where they were released on 22 on May by President Vladimir Putin. All animals freely adapted at liberty.
Ilona, Kuzi and Bori - the so-called striped taiga hosts have electronic collars with sensors that track their behavior and movement.
"At present, tigers are bypassing the territories and are determined with their individual plots. From the place of release they are at a distance of 30 to 60 kilometers," the Amur Directorate for the Protection of Wildlife and Specially Protected Natural Areas said in an official statement.
The place of settlement of predators is protected by experts.