Friday, September 8, 2017

reintroducing tigers

Leave it to Kazakhstan to lead the way!
Wild tigers are to be reintroduced to Kazakhstan 70 years after they became extinct in the country....
Poaching and habitat loss has decimated the wildlife on which wild tigers once fed, including the kulkan, or wild donkey, and bactrian deer, both native to central Asia. The animals will be reintroduced to the nature reserve to provide enough food for the tigers when they are relocated from elsewhere in Asia.

1 comment:

  1. Heartening news. Still, somehow, I expect something to go sideways.