Male Siberian Tiger
Nakita is a large tiger weighing in at nearly 600 pounds at his prime. He had been raised with Simba, Joseph, and Sasha and the four shared an enclosure prior to coming to Big Cat Rescue. When the group initially arrived they remained together, but over time the tigers and lions became less tolerant of each other.
Joseph and Sasha were given their own spacious enclosure as well as Nakita and Simba. The two pairs lived a glorious life of Read More
It's just a typical day at Big Cat Rescue according to Operations Manager Gale Ingham as she talks about everything that happened before noon today. Also come along w/ Honey Wayton on her day as Staff on Property and see Ginger the Serval going to the vet, some very cute kittens playing, Simba and Nyla meeting at a Howdy door, volunteers hauling dirt and Cameron and Zabu enjoying their vacation at Big Cat Rescue.
Sybelle Foxcroft, Founder and Director of Cee4Life, joins Carole Baskin today from Melbourne Australia to talk about her work saving tigers.
Watch the undercover footage shared by Sybelle Foxcroft with CNN about the Tiger Temple in Thailand below.
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Distemper Killing Amur Tigers
Russian and US veterinarians collaborate to solve mysterious wild tiger deaths
A camera trap image of a Siberian (Amur) tiger in the Russian Far East. A team of health experts from the Bronx Zoo-based Wildlife Conservation Society and several Russian organizations have confirmed the presence of distemper in wild tiger populations, a finding that will enable conservationists to formulate measures to mitigate this recent threat. Credit: Image courtesy of WCS Russia
September 30, 2011
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DEHRADUN - Friday, December 25, 2009Animals' rising age worries zoo administrationRajendra S Markuna - HaldwaniAging inmate animals seem to have become a cause of concern for the high altitude Nainital zoo administration .Keeping in view the old age of some of the wild species like famous Siberian tiger, snow leopard, Himalayan Black Bear, the zoo authorities have urged the Government to provide new young animals in place of the said grown up animals.The average age of cat family members is only around 12 years, while the Siberian tiger is now 15 Read More