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Teachers of tigers will be trained in Far Eastern Federal District

Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU) will train specialists in dealing with rare and listed in the Red Book animals living in the Far East. In addition, among the students of the university will be formed an environmental detachment, which will participate in activities to preserve and study the Amur tiger.

At a meeting with the participation of the presidential aide - the head of the Presidential Control Office Konstantin Chuichenko, the vice-governor of the region Sergei Sidorenko, representatives of scientific, educational and environmental organizations discussed a set of measures to preserve the Amur tigers and Far Eastern leopards in the Primorsky Territory. One of the important tasks, according to Konstantin Chuichenko, is the preparation in this field of literate and qualified personnel.

According to FEFU rector Sergey Ivanets, such work is already underway. Special profiles will be opened within the existing areas of the School of Natural Sciences. Currently, training programs are being coordinated with scientists from the Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences and specialists from the Amur Tiger Center. Preparation will be carried out through a master's degree, which will allow students to gain in-depth knowledge with an emphasis on scientific and research activities.

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