This Amgur tiger was released back into the wild in Russia and the footage is breathtaking.
Daily Mail – You can see the wild abandon in his eyes.
Extraordinary footage of one of the world’s rarest tigers being released into the wild in a mountainous region in Russia’s Far East shows the raw survival spirit of an animal set free.
The young male Amul tiger was identified as a ‘conflict tiger’ who was living in an area with limited prey, so was considered a threat. But after being successfully captured and collared, the Russian government decided to give him a second chance, rather than confining him to a life of captivity.
Read more: Daily Mail