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Vladivostok supported leopards

On June 7, in Vladivostok, on the embankment of the Sports Harbor, a flash mob in support of the leopard was held, which brought together more than 300 people. The action was organized by the Land of the Leopard National Park and the Primorsky Regional Branch of the Russian Geographical Society (RGO). Volunteers of the "Your Trace" movement decorated the faces of all comers "like a leopard," IA Primamedia reports.

Having made makeup, you could feel like a leopard, hitting photo traps, mounted on trees in one of the embankment points. Exactly such devices record the movement of real leopards in the national park.

At the end of the event, the participants formed five circles in the form of an imprint of the paw of a Far Eastern leopard.

The aim of the action was to draw attention to a rare endangered species of animals - as of 2013, there are no more than 50 individuals of the Far Eastern leopard, its rarest species, left in the world. The main habitat of the spotted cat, like the Amur tiger, is Primorsky Krai. Therefore, it is so important that the inhabitants of Primorye and the Far East pay special attention to the problems of protecting this predator.

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