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20 SECONDS OF CATNIP: WCS Releases Super-Rare Tiger Footage
See the video here: https://twitter.com/WCSNewsroom/status/669176345449078784
NEW YORK (November 24, 2015) – WCS released today camera trap video of rarely seen Amur tigers from Russia’s Sikhote-Alin Biosphere Reserve showing an adult female trailed by three of her big cubs. The cats are using an overgrown forest road as a travel corridor; the same type of road patrolled by poachers with spotlights. WCS is working in this region with Russian collaborators to close old logging roads to protect Amur tigers and their prey. The footage is a sign that these efforts may be working.
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