The tigers were also not harmed. Strictly speaking, at the moment there is not a single case known of this animal dying in a fire. Smart cats, as soon as they smell the burning smell, move away, and since their territories are large, there are no problems with avoiding the fire site. Another thing is that fire destroys plants that produce seeds, acorns and nuts, and therefore serve as food for ungulates, for example, Korean cedar or Mongolian oak. In this case, the tiger may suffer, because its well-being directly depends on the prey.
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