Korean Tiger which thought to be extinct since 100 years is back
Published at : 16 Jan 2021
Korean Tiger which believed to be extinct since hundred years is back
The symbol of the Korean peninsula, which disappeared 100 years ago, return?
There were so many tigers that they were called the country of the pans, but they disappeared in Korea a hundred years ago. However, there are signs that it is coming back to the Korean Peninsula.
Suddenly, a tiger cub jumps in front of a running car.
The tiger hit the car and fell in the middle of the road.
This is a road kill incident in the Russian Far East in February.
The dead tiger is a wild Amur tiger, an endangered species, and genetic analysis shows that it is the same species as the Korean tiger.
This is because it was a habitat for Korean tigers connected with the Changbaek Mountains and the coastal waters, which run through the Yanbian area, which was called Baekdudaegan and North Gando, at the peak of Mt. Baekdu.Recently, wild tigers frequently appear in the Changbai Mountains of China. Footprints and excrement are found, and sometimes they come down to private houses to bite and kill cattle or dogs.
Why are tigers that lived in the mountains of Maritime Province so often seen in China?
Experts analyze that the wild tiger population has increased significantly in recent years, and is moving largely in search of its own habitat.
Signs are being spotted that this line is expanding to the northern part of the Korean Peninsula, around Mount Baekdu or to the south of the Tuman River.
If this phenomenon persists, experts observe that a Korean tiger and a Baek Du-beom may appear in the Baekdu-daegan area as early as 10 years.
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Korean Tigers are back