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The Territory of the The Land of Leopard National Park will be Extended
29.10.2018 17:03
The Territory of the The Land of Leopard National Park will be Extended

It is planned to use the extension of “The Land of Leopard” National Park in the Primorye Territory up to 6 thousand hectares for the protection of the Amur leopard and for reproduction of the axis deer population. An ecopark is to be created on this territory. The deer are being bred here, there are about 300 such animals. This is the reproductive base of the axis deer. In addition, there will be a strictly protected area where the leopards will live.

      There will also be a land plot for tourists. One of the tasks of the National Park is to create conditions for tourism and recreation of the population. As it was reported, the “Far Eastern Leopards” Autonomous Non-Profit Organization (ANO) came forward an initiative to include the new land plot with the area of 6 thousand hectares into “The Land of Leopard” National Park in the Primorye Territory.

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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: ecotourism Russian National Parks    

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