One-time registration of the Amur tiger in Russia will take place after & nbsp; 5 February, said the head of ANO & nbsp; & nbsp; Amur Tiger Center & raquo; & nbsp; Sergey Aramilev, & nbsp; reports RIA Novosti. & nbsp;
The specialist noted that the exact date of registration will depend on the snowfall, after which at least five days should pass, since during this period the animals move little. & Nbsp;
A working group has been created to observe the tigers. will work in the & nbsp; Amur Region, & nbsp; Khabarovsk Territory, Primorye and Jewish Autonomous Region. & nbsp; & nbsp;
Let's add, the last time the survey was carried out in 2015, 480-540 Amur tigers were identified. The Amur tiger is an endangered species, about 90% of all individuals in the wild live in the Khabarovsk Territory and Primorye.