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In Primorye, mushroom pickers escaped from a tiger on a tree

In Primorye, mushroom pickers escaped from a tiger on a tree
Photo: Amur Tiger Center

In the Primorsky Territory, mushroom pickers escaped from a tiger by climbing a tree. People were about one kilometer from the village of Sokolovka. They sat on the tree for about 40 minutes, then the predator left.

As the RIA News" with reference to the head of the Lazovsky district, Yuri Mosalsky, at this time of the year the tigers are fed and preparing for winter. According to him, this tiger is “non-conflict”.

“If he started attacking people, they would not have had a chance to climb a tree,” he said.

Mosalsky added that there have been no recent cases of wild animals attacking people in the district. At the end of August in the Khabarovsk Territory the man died after meeting the tiger. He worked in the area of ​​the village of Arsenyevo on logging. Colleagues of the missing young man after a tiger attack in the Khabarovsk Territory, posted a video from the place where everything happened. 

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