I would have completely lost it.
On a road in the Far East of Russia, a driver is reported to have spotted one of the world's most endangered big cats, an Amur tiger, and captured this amazing video.
Here's that video via the Siberian Times of Russia.
A road in the Far East of Russia, a driver who kept good distance and one of the world's most endangered big cats, an Amur tiger pic.twitter.com/Me6SHn0IlP
— The Siberian Times (@siberian_times) April 15, 2020
In Russia's Far East, a driver bumped into an Amur Tiger, and managed to get some decent footage. Due to a big conservation effort, there are now around 550 of the endangered cats in the wild, mostly in Russia's Primorye region. Up from about 350 in 2005. pic.twitter.com/7K5saHrXG8
— Bryan MacDonald (@27khv) April 15, 2020
Nature is the calming force we all need right now. Enjoy this little moment with an Amur tiger from the Russian Far East! pic.twitter.com/XEAnRi1L2r
— wwf_tigers (@WWF_tigers) March 28, 2020