First video of a tiger family in inland China!

Incredibly rare footage has been captured by the World Wide Fund for Nature showing the first Chinese Siberian tigers ever to be been filmed in the wild.

In the video taken last week by specially positioned WWF camera traps in northern China’s Wangqing Nature Reserve, a tiger mother is seen keeping watch over two of her cubs as they play fight with one another.

The footage was said to have been taken 20 miles from the Chinese-Russian border and is the first evidence of Siberian tigers, also known as Amur tigers, living deep inside China.

The video marks a triumph for Siberian tiger conservationists who have worked for years to try and establish an Siberian tiger population in inland China.


Responses to "Extraordinary footage captures first ever Siberian tigers to be filmed in China "

  1. Anonymous says:

    Isn't there a body part on these cats that they could use for medicinal purposes? Pretty sure they won't last long.

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