Wildlife Extra writes about the subject of this video:
Three orphaned Amur tigers cubs found in Russia – Video
Orphan Amur tiger cub video
December 2012. On November 27, three young tigers appeared near a military unit located 8 km away from Yakovlevka village, Primorsky Krai, in the Russian Far East. The cubs tried to kill a domestic dog on a leash, but a guard scared the animals back into the woods.
A group of tiger specialists went to the scene immediately and tried to find out why the cubs were alone in the woods. Unfortunately, no tracks of any mother tiger were found. The specialists decided to catch the cubs and take them to the Amur Tiger Rehabilitation Centre in Alekseevka village where the animals will be provided with food and medical treatment.
It is hoped that the three cubs will be released back into the wild to play a vital role in the future survival of these magnificent big cats.
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