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Found 5 results

  1. ~ From the U.K. Guardian: “Anti-Poaching Drive Brings Siberia's Tigers Back from Brink”
  2. ~ This article with photographs, published in the U.K. Daily Mail, portrays the lives of illegal “mammoth ivory pirates”, who labor in Siberia's Yakutia Region in harsh conditions. The generators they use to thaw the permafrost have an unfavorable impact on the environment. The high demand for ivory motivates them to do everything possible to discover and remove the long-buried mammoth ivory.
  3. ~ This article from the U.K. Daily Mail tells of circuses in Eastern Europe and Russia, especially Siberia, which have performing hippo acts. Apparently intended for family entertainment, hippos perform in groups. The images in the article depict hippos performing in circus rings, with no apparent barriers with the audience. The trained hippo acts are unlike what river-dwelling hippos might do in the wild.
  4. ~ This article from the Siberian Times is amply illustrated with numerous photographs of two well-preserved Cave Lion cubs from an ice lens in Abiyisky District, on the banks of the Uyandina River. The two cubs have superbly preserved soft tissue, fur, ears and whiskers. They're presently in a permafrost cave in Yakutsk, Russia. The photographs are well worth seeing.
  5. Even if the Amur Leopard sub-specie is still critically endangered, we are on the good way to save this wonderful animal. The Land of Leopard National Park was created in 2012 with a 1,2 M USD anual budget. Camera trap análisis have shown there are more than 65 leopards, an 120% increase since 2007.

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