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Orphaned tiger saved from frostbite spotted with her own family

In 2012, animal lovers worldwide were touched by the plight of a tiger cub with a frostbitten tail. Since that time, Zolushka’s tragic story has been transformed into a fairy tale come true.

Siberian big cats making a comeback

Siberian leopards and tigers are on the resurgence. The big cats were facing extinction only a few years ago and the efforts of dedicated conservationists has helped reverse that trend.

Chinese officials scramble to find Putin’s tiger before poachers

Kuzya, a 23-month-old orphaned Siberian tiger that Russian President Vladimir Putin helped release back into the wild in May, has crossed into China. The last thing Chinese officials want is for Kuzya to fall victim to poachers.

Young Siberian Tiger dies unexpectedly at zoo near Vancouver

A Siberian tiger held in captivity at a zoo in Langley, near Vancouver, Canada, died Wednesday. Hani was just short of her third birthday and zoo officials do not know why she died. The zoo's manager said the death leaves the zoo "devastated."

Chinese gang slaughtered tigers as ‘blood sport’

Zhanjiang - Wild tigers have been slaughtered to entertain local officials and businessmen and tiger parts then sold as trade in China.

Rare Amur tigers affected by canine distemper

There have been several cases of rare Amur tigers in Russia being infected with canine distemper virus, a pathogen most commonly found in domestic dogs. The current trend is worrying researchers.

Siberian cub survives surgery in Calgary Zoo, dies

Calgary - A cub born to a Siberian tiger at the Calgary Zoo on January 11 that underwent cardiac surgery on Thursday is fighting for its life.

China and Russia join efforts to protect rare Siberian tigers

Hunchun - A cooperative agreement signed by forest and conservation representatives of China and Russia aims to create a trans-boundary protected area for the conservation of the endangered felines.

Siberian Tigers Could Face Extinction

A new genetic study of the Siberian tiger has revealed the species could be on the verge of extinction. Although about 500 animals live in the wild, only a few are capable of reproducing their species.
 

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This is Hani  who died unexpectedly at the Greater Vancouver Zoo on April 30  2014.
This is Hani, who died unexpectedly at the Greater Vancouver Zoo on April 30, 2014.
Photo courtesy Greater Vancouver Zoo
Siberian tiger (Panthera tigris altaica) in the snow at the Detroit Zoo.
Siberian tiger (Panthera tigris altaica) in the snow at the Detroit Zoo.
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Captive Siberian tiger at the Copenhagen Zoo  Denmark.
Captive Siberian tiger at the Copenhagen Zoo, Denmark.
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