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New Leopards were Noticed in the Primorsky Territory
8.09.2018 23:59
New Leopards were Noticed in the Primorsky Territory

Camera traps have recorded three adult Far Eastern leopards and a kitten in the north of the Primorsky Territory, these animals had not previously been taken into account by scientists.

      The pictures of the new leopards were obtained from the camera traps installed by the specialists of the Amur branch of WWF Russia in the north of the region, in the regional “Poltavsky” game reserve, as the press service of the “Land of the Leopard” National Park reports. It is noted that the reserve is located 10 km away from the national park where the main population of the rarest leopard lives.

      Scientists conclude that the number of Far Eastern leopards is growing and, therefore, the animals claim new territories. The experts of the Amur branch of WWF Russia plan to expand the research area to the north, where Far Eastern leopards can live.

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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Primorsky Territory Far East Russian natural parks ecotourism  

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