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Vladivostok to preserve more Amur tigers
15.03.2010 17:17
Vladivostok to preserve more Amur tigers

Problems of preservation of the Amur tiger population will be discussed on March 16 in Vladivostok at the conference "Amur tiger in Northeast Asia: problems of preservation in the XXI century, reports the press office of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) of Russia.
      Over the past 100 years the population of Amur tiger in the world has shrinked sharply. Today this beast resides in the territory of 14 countries, including Russia. Russia is the only country where this type of tiger has grown significantly since mid last century and for the last ten years has stabilized.
      A new edition of the Tiger Preservation Strategy in Russia as well as an action plan of the Primorsky and Khabarovsk territories for the preservation of the animal will be discussed at the conference.
      In Russia the largest population of tigers inhabit in the same area (more than 450 tigers, or about 11% of world tiger population).


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