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Nature or nurture? Tiger rehabilitation program provokes debate in Far East
A special presidential program in Russia’s Far East helps to rehabilitate rare Amur tiger cubs before releasing them back into the wild. However, not everybody agrees with the program, with local WWF specialists arguing that a different approach is required to successfully rear tigers, and even questioning whether it should be done in the first place.
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