Posted 14 февраля 07:15
Published 14 февраля 07:15
Modified 14 февраля 09:12
Updated 14 февраля 09:12
This is reported by Kommersant with reference to the data of the directorate of the Federal State Budgetary Institution "Reserved Amur Region".
The emergency occurred in the tract of the Tormasu River on the key of Julie on Tuesday, February 14. It is noted that hunters representing indigenous peoples have the right to fish in the zone of extensive nature use. They don't work in the national park.
After the predator attack, one of the injured hunters was able to get to the Glamping campsite in the Bogbasu River tract on the 286th kilometer of the Lidoga—Vanino highway.
He asked for help in removing the wounded man and said that the victims managed to kill a tiger that had declared a hunt for them.
The tiger tore the back and head of the surviving hunter. Rescuers and medics went to help the victim. Doctors provided first aid to the wounded man and took him to the village of Arsenievo, and from there to the clinic of the Troitskoye district center.
Operational and investigative actions are being carried out at the scene of the incident.
According to the publication Transsibinfo.com , the victim has already been operated on. It is known about the victims of the attack that the predator attacked hunters from the same family. At the winter quarters in In the Nanai district, a tiger attacked Sergei, the son of Alexei Kyalundzyug, the keeper of the traditions of the Udege people. In the taiga, Sergei and his cousin fished, foraged for food. He has a dependent disabled mother and two sisters. My father died last year in an accident.
"Apparently, the beast tracked down the men. At the eleventh hour, a tiger flew into the window of the winter quarters, attacked Sergei and began to press. The tiger was skinny, hungry. The second man grabbed a carbine, jumped over the beast and shot the predator," the report says.
On the eve it became known that the tiger killed another hunter. Human remains were found in the area of the settlement of Nelma in the southern part of the district, traces similar to tiger tracks were found nearby. A hunter, a resident of Sakhalin, was killed.
Recently , in the settlements of Khabarovsk and Cases of tiger attacks on domestic animals have become more frequent in Primorsky Krai. Since the beginning of the year, they have killed more than 40 yard dogs. Residents of villages where tigers have begun to visit are afraid to go out in the dark.
Representatives of the reserve, concerned about the situation with tigers, appealed to the authorities of the region with a request to hold an emergency meeting. A week earlier, the governor of the region, Mikhail Degtyarev, said that the Red Book tigers got into the habit of human habitation and began attacking pets. Because of this, Rosprirodnadzor gave permission "for the seizure of six individuals of conflict tigers in the Bikinsky, Vyazemsky, Khabarovsk, Nanai districts and the Lazo district." The trapping teams caught the tiger raiders, put them to sleep and promised to release them into the taiga away from human habitation. Weakened and sick individuals were promised to be treated first at the Wild Animal Rehabilitation Center.