What A 10-Second Video Of Rare Tigers Could Mean For China
A camera trap in China has recorded a family of Amur tigers, which are usually found in Russia. The species is critically endangered in China.By Sebastian Martinez | February 19, 2015
This is a family of Amur tigers, captured on video by a World Wildlife Fund camera trap in a nature reserve in China. (Video via World Wide Fund for Nature)
A 10-second black-and-white video of the tigers — also known as Siberian tigers — might not seem like a big deal, but given the fact that the family had two juveniles, it is.
The WWF says because there are two juveniles in the group some 18 miles from the Russian border, that shows the tigers are breeding in China. (Video via Google Earth)