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Amur Leopard Image Appeared On Sukhoi Superjet
16.01.2015 14:51
Amur Leopard Image Appeared On Sukhoi Superjet

Amur leopard first appeared on the plane of “Aeroflot” Sukhoi Superjet 100.

      Thus, the airline company “Aeroflot” expressed its support for the activities on recovery of populations of rare cats living in the Primorye Territory. The first flight of spotted predator was made on the route “Moscow-Samara”. It is assumed that the picture of the leopard will attract the attention of passengers and incline the residents of the central part of Russia to “acquaintance” with this unique animal. “Acquaintance” with the rare cat on board the “Leopard” flight can be performed by taking leaflets with photos and information about the spotted predators. Besides, young passengers of the flight are given backpacks with a thematic coloring books, a set of colored pencils and a map of the National Park “Land of the Leopard”.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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