Animal Locations

Amur Tiger
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Amur tigers are excellent swimmers and can eat up to 100 pounds of meat in one sitting! They have longer canine teeth than any other predator!

March 2021 : David & Elizabeth Haffley & Family; In Memory of Julia T. Wesmiller; Elaine Bootes
April 2021 : A.J, Hannah & Gianna Abata, & Alec Johnson; Vivian Wike
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June 2021 : Jim & Coral Zimmer
March 2022: Chris & Maria Ehrman
April 2022: Issac, Grace, Sophia, Reece & Regan Kalivoda; Owen & Abigail Bruccoliere
May 2022: Robert & Gayle Hopkins
June 2022: Tom, Darcy, & Morgan
November 2022: Charmine Besonson
2023: Mizner Family
March 2023: The Tabis Family
March 2023: Abby Lynn & Isaac Michael Amrhein
March 2023: Tyner, Porter & Asher Kuehn
April 2023: Randi, Addison and Brantley
May 2023: Iris, Zachary, Mariska, Hunter, Aaron, Wyatt & Coleson
July 2023: Rev. H.R. Speakman
July 2023: K.R. Rose Construction LLC
August 2023: Jim and Coral Zimmer
December 2023: Drake Borello
December 2023: Sydney Brandt
Fall and Winter: taiga forests. Summer: Floodplain forests along the Russian / China border
Females: 200-400 pounds; Males: up to 650 pounds
15-20 years
Red deer, wild boar, small game
2-4 cubs born after 100 days. Females teach their cubs to hunt and survive in the wild for the first 2 years of life.
Conservation Status
habitat loss, inadequate prey, poaching