Footprints of Endangered Manchurian Tiger Found in Heilongjiang
Experts confirmd that the footprints lately discovered by a local farmer in Hulin, Heilongjiang belong to a male Manchurian Tiger. These footprints in linear alighment, measuring 16 cm in width and 10-11 cm in thickness, added a convincing proof to the existence of endangered Muchurian Tiger in local area. Wild Manchurian Tiger lives mainly in cold region of northeast China and Russia’s Siberia. It has been listed as one of the world’s top ten most endangered animals due to its scarcity.