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International Tiger Day celebrated in Khabarovsk

On July 27, International Tiger Day was celebrated for the third time in Khabarovsk. The holiday was held in the zoo. V. P Sysoeva, reports SI Rigma.info.

- The management decided to hold the holiday of unity with nature not in the city, but closer to nature. After all, here, in the zoo, you can see firsthand who the tiger is, how it lives, how it eats, - noted the general director of the Priamursky zoo named after V.P.Sysoeva Andrey Dolin. - There are many specialists here who will tell you how to protect a tiger, how to coexist with it, how to find common points of contact so that neither he nor, moreover, we interfere with his life.

International Tiger Day was established in 2010 at the International Forum "Tiger Summit" in St. Petersburg on the problems of preserving the predator population. This date was initiated by 13 states participating in the forum where tigers live. The Amur tiger is a rare species; the total number of its individuals in the world reaches about 450, of which more than 70 live in the Khabarovsk Territory.

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