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28 of May, 15:21

Tiger Putin ran away from the bride in the Amur region
The predator, nicknamed Boris left buraski the area and began to move away from habitat tigress Ilona, which is looking for male. However, specialists declare, the probability of their meeting is still there. The inhabitants of the surrounding areas have been warned about the likely emergence of a predator.

Tiger named Boris, released into the wild by President Vladimir Putin, left buraski district. Therefore, it is removed from habitats tigress Ilona, which is looking for male. With all this the likelihood of their meeting, say the employees of the reserve, still remains.

"After he went to the Northwest and currently resides in the North of Oktyabrsky district. Therefore, it is removed from the Khingan nature reserve in Arhaiskam the area where the tigress Ilona. But it is impossible to say which route the tigers will choose in the future. The chance to meet them remain", - quotes "Interfax" the Deputy chief of Department of wildlife protection of Emarketplace Nikolai Stepanov.

He said that authorities have located a number of reserves have been warned about the movements of a predator. The local inhabitants are advised not to take dogs in the woods, and not to approach the animal remains, because they may be the prey of the tiger.

Earlier it was reported that Boris is ready to become a potential marriage partner Ilona. With all of this tigress at the moment looking for a male for mating - the predator leaves on the trees specialized labels.

3 tiger, Kuzya, Borya and Ilona were released in early may 2014, Vladimir Putin. They were in reserve for a couple of years ago after local residents found them starving in the woods. The cubs were sent in Primorye, where he matured and acquired the skills of life in the wild.

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