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In the Khabarovsk region for the first time celebrate Tiger Day

On September 27, an environmental festival dedicated to World Tiger Day will be held in Komsomolsk-on-Amur.

Today, 95% of the total population of Amur tigers listed in the Red Book is concentrated in the Russian Far East. Since 2001, Tiger Day has been celebrated in many Far Eastern cities. In Vladivostok, for example, this holiday has an official status.

This year, Komsomolsk-on-Amur will also join the celebration of the Day of the Tiger. The "striped" event will take place in the park. Gagarin. It is being organized by the city ecological and biological center together with the Komsomolsky nature reserve and the Nizhneamurskaya environmental inspection team.

Students of educational institutions of the city are invited to participate in the festival. In the program of the holiday it will be possible to compete in contests on the "striped" theme ": tiger coloring on faces, the best suit, propaganda drawings on the asphalt. The winners of all competitive nominations of the festival will receive diplomas from the city administration.

In the end, all participants will take part in the "Tiger Flash Mob".

As the organizers note, the festival is called upon to draw public attention to the problem of preserving this species of animals.

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