The Zov tigra (“Roar of the Tiger”) National Park is located in Primorye in Russia’s Far East is the first of its type in Russia. The parks covers 200,000 acres and aims to keep the habitat of animals protected while keeping a sustainable tourism as well. In the beginning it was made only for the placid animals since 2007.

The 1940s saw Siberian Tiger pushed almost 40 individuals to extinction while stealing and hunting. Then Russian government took initiative in 1947 and banned the tiger hunting and also limited the number of cubs that can be captured for any kind of training purposes. After the 1980s conservation efforts and the initiative taken long ago had really helped and increased the population around 500 and it remains stable. This was a great achievement by maintaining their population.

Even with a weight of up to 300 kilograms and measuring 3 meters length Siberian Tigers is still threatened and habitat loss. Organizations such as World Wildlife Fund, wild conservation society Russia, healthy planet etc. are still working and making efforts to improve conservation. Manchurian deer, sika deer, roe deer, wild boars accompany the eight Zov Tigra in park. There are many other native animals as well contributing in the biodiversity of the area.

You will not be seeing any other wild since they like to live alone and there are no rivals. Visitors will never be disappointed since the wild life is abundant in the park. It boasts some of Russia’s most landscapes which rises 6000+ feet out of sea of Japan.

This Tiger holds a cultural significance that portrays the coat of arms and sign for their regional capital that cannot be denied. Since it is beneficial for the regional capitals therefore, indigenous folks in Russia find meeting a Serbian Tiger prohibited. Russian wildlife is quite enjoyable in outdoors and adventure activities and every experience gives visitor a chance to see wildlife, probably which cannot be experienced in any other country.