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A monument to the "master of the taiga" was opened in Primorye

September 27 in Vladivostok appeared another sculpture of the Amur tiger. The bronze predator will delight the eyes of guests and residents of the city in front of the Primorsky Opera and Ballet Theater, the press service of the head of the region said.

The opening of the sculpture is a gift from the Amur Tiger Center to the region.

“This is, first of all, a monument to wild nature, a reminder to all of us that we must preserve it for posterity,” said Konstantin Chuychenko, head of the control department of the President of Russia and Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Amur Tiger Center.

Primorye celebrate the Day of the Tiger in the 15 jubilee time. The bronze predator is dedicated to all those who contributed to the conservation of the tiger population. The sculpture was created by the famous Russian sculptor-animalist from St. Petersburg Vladimir Petrovichev.

“To the owner of the taiga - the Amur tiger, and to its keepers - caring people,” reads the commemorative plaque.

The Governor of Primorsky Krai, Vladimir Miklushevsky, congratulated all those present on this remarkable event.

“The Amur tiger is not just a wild cat living in Primorye, but also a symbol of our region,” the Governor emphasized.

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