The tiger, which was used to frighten the residents of the Belogorsk District, was noticed in the Mazanovsky District. This was reported by the Amur State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company, which is aired on the Russia 1 TV channels and “Russia 24”, with reference to the Amur hunting experts. Recall that the information about the appearance of a predator near the village of Nizinnoye turned out to be fake.
Note the predator near the village of Bichura. In this regard, local residents are urged to take precautions, not to let livestock graze on their own, especially on pastures adjacent to the forest. In addition, experts advise against visiting the forest, and if absolutely necessary, do it with a dog.
When meeting a tiger, in no case should you shout and try to run away. It is necessary to increase the distance with a quick step, without turning your back to the animal. Having met the beast on the road, you must not leave the car.
It should be noted that the new tiger is secretive and does not come out to people. During the three months of his stay in the region, not a single contact of the animal with humans or pets was recorded. If you find traces of a tiger, please inform the conflict group of the regional hunting department by phone: 8-914-557-15-90.
Source: Вести.Ru by www.vesti.ru.
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