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    Siberian Tigers Trained To Live In Wild


    A feeder feeds milk to a Siberian tiger cub




    Siberian tiger cub




    A feeder feeds milk to a Siberian tiger cub




    Siberian tiger cub




    Siberian tiger cub plays with a dog




    Siberian tiger cub


    A feeder plays with a Siberian tiger cub at Erdaohe Tiger Park July 2, 2006 in Antu County of Yanbian Chaoxian Autonomous Prefecture, Jilin Province, China. (Photo by China Photos/Getty Images)




    Siberian tiger




    Siberian tiger


    A Siberian tiger is seen at Erdaohe Tiger Park July 2, 2006 in Antu County of Yanbian Chaoxian Autonomous Prefecture, Jilin Province, China. (Photo by China Photos/Getty Images)




    Siberian tigers




    Siberian tiger




    A feeder trains a Siberian tiger cub




    A feeder trains a Siberian tiger cub




    A feeder trains a Siberian tiger cub




    A feeder trains a Siberian tiger cub


    A feeder trains a Siberian tiger cub at Erdaohe Tiger Park July 2, 2006 in Antu County of Yanbian Chaoxian Autonomous Prefecture, Jilin Province, China. About 15 artificially-fed Siberian tigers from Harbin Siberian Tiger Park are being trained to develop their ability to live in the wild. The wild Siberian tiger is listed as one of the most endangered species in the world, with its existing number estimated at around 400 worldwide, mainly in the northeastern part of China and the Far East of Russia. Reportedly there are more than 1,300 Siberian tigers which have been raised in China. (Photo by China Photos/Getty Images)


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Siberian Tigers Trained To Live In Wild


A feeder feeds milk to a Siberian tiger cub




Siberian tiger cub




A feeder feeds milk to a Siberian tiger cub




Siberian tiger cub




Siberian tiger cub plays with a dog




Siberian tiger cub


A feeder plays with a Siberian tiger cub at Erdaohe Tiger Park July 2, 2006 in Antu County of Yanbian Chaoxian Autonomous Prefecture, Jilin Province, China. (Photo by China Photos/Getty Images)




Siberian tiger




Siberian tiger


A Siberian tiger is seen at Erdaohe Tiger Park July 2, 2006 in Antu County of Yanbian Chaoxian Autonomous Prefecture, Jilin Province, China. (Photo by China Photos/Getty Images)




Siberian tigers




Siberian tiger




A feeder trains a Siberian tiger cub




A feeder trains a Siberian tiger cub




A feeder trains a Siberian tiger cub




A feeder trains a Siberian tiger cub


A feeder trains a Siberian tiger cub at Erdaohe Tiger Park July 2, 2006 in Antu County of Yanbian Chaoxian Autonomous Prefecture, Jilin Province, China. About 15 artificially-fed Siberian tigers from Harbin Siberian Tiger Park are being trained to develop their ability to live in the wild. The wild Siberian tiger is listed as one of the most endangered species in the world, with its existing number estimated at around 400 worldwide, mainly in the northeastern part of China and the Far East of Russia. Reportedly there are more than 1,300 Siberian tigers which have been raised in China. (Photo by China Photos/Getty Images)


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