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Ilona, Borya and Kuzya, three orphaned Siberian (aka Amur) tigers rescued after their mothers were killed by poachers are released back to the wild in Russia. Only 360 of these rare creatures exist in the wild. IFAW, the International Fund for Animal Welfare worked with partners in far east Russia to rescue and rehabilitate these amazing animals.

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Epic Tiger Release in Far East Russia

Ilona, Borya and Kuzya, three orphaned Siberian (aka Amur) tigers rescued after their mothers were killed by poachers are released back to the wild in Russia. Only 360 of these rare creatures exist in the wild. IFAW, the International Fund for Animal Welfare worked with partners in...
Ilona, Borya and Kuzya, three orphaned Siberian (aka Amur) tigers rescued after their mothers were killed by poachers are released back to the wild in Russia. Only 360 of these rare creatures exist in the wild. IFAW, the International Fund for Animal Welfare worked with partners in far east Russia to rescue and rehabilitate these amazing animals. Building a Better World for Animals and People - Visit http://www.ifaw.org/international
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Incredibly Rare Siberian Tiger Release - GoPro Video of the Day

GoPro Video of the Day - Sept. 20, 2013. Meet Zolushka, the luckiest tiger in the world. This orphaned Siberian tigress was left to fend for herself when she was only a few months old -- her mother likely killed by poachers. Less than 400 of these rare creatures exist in the wild -...
GoPro Video of the Day - Sept. 20, 2013. Meet Zolushka, the luckiest tiger in the world. This orphaned Siberian tigress was left to fend for herself when she was only a few months old -- her mother likely killed by poachers. Less than 400 of these rare creatures exist in the wild - the survival of the species literally hangs in the balance with each individual animal. IFAW, the International Fund for Animal Welfare worked with partners in far east Russia to rescue and rehabilitate this amazing animal...