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Adult male tiger from Northeast China Tiger and Leopard National Park:


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Tigress from Northeast China Tiger and Leopard National Park:


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Huge size difference between an Amur tiger and Amur leopard:


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( This post was last modified: 11-22-2022, 08:42 PM by Apex Titan )

The tiger named  Thunder  finally established itself as the sole ruler of the south of the Jewish Autonomous Region and was noted on almost all camera traps on all routes. The male is in excellent shape: in winter he is well-fed and strong, and with the onset of the warm season, he is fried.

With nutrition, the mighty predator is all right. In his hunting area, cameras recorded a large number of ungulates and his other potential victims. These are roe deer, deer, elk, there are wild boars, many bears and small animals.











At least three tigresses live permanently on Grom's site: Svetlaya, Lazovka, and Philippa. Recall that Svetlaya, as it became known in December 2021, has already  brought  at least two cubs from Grom. This is the third litter for the tigress. The first two were from Grom's father, a tiger named Boris.






Full report here:

http://amur-tiger.ru/ru/press_center/news/1775/
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Anyone has info of this tiger? What is the original picture?

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A large male tiger in Lazovsky Nature Reserve (2018):


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An adult male tiger in Primorye (2022):


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A tigress with one of her 3 cubs in January, 2022:


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