Protecting the world’s tigers & leopards
Siberian Tiger and Leopard National Park is a Nature Reserve
Which Aims to Maintain Biodiversity
This project plays a very important role in maintaining biodiversity. The construction of the Northeast Tigers and Leopards National Park will make a major contribution and far-reaching impact on China's establishment of a national park-based nature reserve system and the reform of the ecological civilization system, as well as the protection of the world's wild tigers and leopards. The Siberian Tiger and Leopard National Park covers an area of 14,000 square kilometers, which is 60% larger than Yellowstone National Park.
Led by the Tiger and Leopard research team of Beijing Normal University, a scientific platform, a detection system, and an integrated field surgery base have been established. In 2021, the monitoring system will cover the entire 14,600 square kilometers of Siberian Tiger and Leopard National Park. As of the end of 2021, the monitoring system has transmitted and identified more than 20,000 Siberian tigers, Siberian leopards, and more than 10 million sika deer and other wildlife activities, human activities, and natural resource monitoring images in real time.
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Siberian tiger in a natural habitat
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