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Cubs Rescued in Primorye, Moved to the Institute of FEB RAS


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CherAway
- 3391 days ago - eco.rian.ru
Tanya and Volodya cubs rescued at the end of December 2009 in Primorye, moved from the temporary overexposure Animals Special Inspection "Tiger" in the hospital of Biology and Soil Science FEB RAS in the seaside village of Haivoron,



   

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CherAway C (1424)
Friday April 9, 2010, 2:29 pm


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Tanya and Volodya cubs rescued at the end of December 2009 in Primorye, moved from the temporary overexposure Animals Special Inspection "Tiger" in the hospital of Biology and Soil Science FEB RAS in the seaside village of Haivoron, said the World Wildlife Fund (WWF Russia).

Cubs were found on the highway Olga Kavalerovo and, through joint action hunting supervision administration of Primorye and Special Inspection "Tiger", were taken to temporary distortions of animals, located in the village Rozdol'ne. It took a lot of effort to keep the exhausted animal life. In February, it added to the tiger from Pozhars'kogo area: left without a mother, he tried to find their own food in the village dump. WWF and its supporters have helped to feed the cubs professionals.

Thus, over the last winter in the Maritime Territory was rescued three cubs, orphaned by poaching shots. The brother and sister named Tanya and Volodya, safely passing quarantine, moved to more comfortable enclosure. Since then, the responsibility for their fate have made experts of the Institute of Ecology and Evolution. AN Severtzov (Moscow), leading to the Primorye project to study the Amur tiger. Last saved by a female still in Razdolnoe in quarantine under the tutelage of Special Inspection "Tiger".

However, as noted in the message, "due to the fact that in Primorye is no state rehabilitation center, the need to establish which states that for ten years, an almost impossible mission: to return orphaned cubs in nature without any consequences for them and for the people" .

The fate of yet another conflict tiger turned out differently: the male, which in February reached the area of the village Alekseevka Nadezhda district of Primorye, and then was immobilized and taken into captivity for treatment, could not be saved.

The reasons for his behavior still remain unclear until the end. The existing version of the viral disease tiger was not confirmed. At the same time, he was diagnosed with a complex of parasitic diseases, which could be purchased in captivity. This, in combination with other factors, led to the death of tiger.

Another conflict situation was controlled hunting management oversight of the Primorsky Territory in Lesozavodsk area: here tigress got into the habit to attack horses, contained in a private yard. As a result of concerted and prompt action of staff management and WCS she was captured and moved to another territory. At present, the tigress lives a full life of animals and does not create trouble for people.

"WWF Russia said that decisions on any action in respect of a tiger should be taken only by experts and specially authorized bodies. Trying to self-resolve such problems can lead to tragedy. Of course, not every encounter with a striped predator is a conflict. But in the case of real threat to life man and pet, you must immediately notify the management of hunting supervision and Special Inspection "Tiger". It is up to their speed and determine the fate of each conflict tiger "- the report says.

 

Barb Knight (1678)
Friday April 9, 2010, 3:43 pm
Thnx Cher!!
 

Carol L (219)
Friday April 9, 2010, 6:25 pm
Poor tigers....
Thanks Cher
 

pam w (139)
Friday April 9, 2010, 8:59 pm
At least they're in good hands....
 

ANA MARIJA R (200)
Friday April 9, 2010, 11:22 pm
Thanks Cher... poor animals...
 

gail dair (0)
Friday April 9, 2010, 11:51 pm
thanks Cher
 

Alice C (1797)
Saturday April 10, 2010, 5:09 am
Thank you for this information Cher.
 
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